It's hard to forgive low ratings. After two seasons and two hosts, Twentieth Television has finally decided to forget syndie gabber "Forgive or Forget," hosted by Robin Givens.
Carsey-Werner has inked deals over the last two weeks with stations in 17 of the top 20 markets to hustle "That '70s Show" into off-net syndication.
Ted Turner and TBS prexy Brad Siegel have finally lost patience with plummeting TV ratings and pay-per-view buy rates: Turner's World Championship Wrestling federation has suffered its fourth shakeup…
The rich got richer in syndication in February as last month's sweeps saw "Oprah," "E.T.," "Judy" and "Divorce Court" all run away with wins in their categories.
The latest hour to enter the action arena has received a thumbs-up from Pearson as the company nabbed rights to gladiator-themed "Spartacus" for a possible launch in fall 2001.
Paramount has upped a duo of execs as the studio assesses its position heading into the fall.
Station group behemoth Paxson Communications has reported that after its first full year since the launch of Pax TV, the company has achieved "breakeven results" for the quarter ended Dec. 31.
It appears that the Alphabet's search for a replacement for Oprah Winfrey is finally over. Disney's newly created programming unit, Buena Vista Development, has tapped ABC News reporter and 20/20…
King World execs are poised to finally pull the plug on two of the company's sinking ships, "The Martin Short Show" and "Roseanne."
Stung by recent criticism and calls for boycotts over the launch of Paramount's upcoming talker "Dr. Laura," controversial host Laura Schlessinger has issued an all-out apology for her perceived…