IF TELEVISION CRITICS seem a bit nervous at this month's twice-annual dog-and-pony show with the various networks, they have reason to be.
William Devane, about to conclude nine years on the CBS primetime soap "Knots Landing," has inked a deal to star in and possibly produce a new series for ABC.
CBS Entertainment president Jeff Sagansky said he's "very confident" that when the smoke clears his network will land David Letterman for a new late night show.
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Guardians of the Galaxy
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Into the Storm
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Tamara Rawitt has resigned as producer of the Fox Broadcasting Co. series "In Living Color," she confirmed, following last month's departure of exec producer Keenen Ivory Wayans.
New Fox Broadcasting Co. chairman Lucie Salhany and entertainment prez Sandy Grushow played "meet the press" at the TV critics tour Friday while sounding a "stay the course" message.
Les Hinton, recently named to the expanded seven-member board of Fox Inc., has been given the new position of chairman-CEO of Fox News, placing him over both news president Van Gordon Sauter and Fox…
This will be the final season of "Knots Landing," the long-running serial currently in its 14th year on the web, CBS and Lorimar TV have confirmed.
The nation's television critics have unwittingly become another player in the Jay Leno-David Letterman soap opera that's currently being played out across the continent.
CBS has inked its 200th consecutive daytime win, capping a streak that dates back to March 1989, an unprecedented feat in modern television, according to Nielsen statistics for the week ending Jan. 3.
It's halfway into the traditional 30-week television season. Do you know where your series are?