After unleashing a media tsunami, trashing "Two and a Half Men" producers and threatening legal action against his employers, could Charlie Sheen, in his own inimitable way, be trying to kiss and…
Comcast is courting the aud for Spanish-lingo programming with its on-demand programming initiative.
CBS is said to be nearing a deal with 20th Century Fox TV for a two-season renewal of "How I Met Your Mother."
LIN Media-owned TV stations in 17 markets went dark on satcaster Dish Network.
The audience is never wrong. Which is why Irving Thalberg put great faith in preview screenings to shape the pictures he supervised during the glory days of MGM.
JoAnn Alfano has exited her post as exec veep of Lifetime, where she spearheaded program development.
Doug Ellin has set his sights on a new guys ensemble project for HBO with Ed Burns set to star.
The ladies of "Hot in Cleveland" will be sunning themselves on TV Land for another season.
Oscar's red carpet is literally the last mile of an arduous trek that seems to get a little longer every year. But who's complaining?
Warner Bros.' security force is girding for possible theatrics outside the studio gates on Monday if Charlie Sheen makes good on his vow to show up for work on the shuttered "Two and Half Men."
Milwaukee knows how to party on Oscar night. So do folks in Atlanta, Kansas City, Omaha, Greensboro, N.C., Charlottesville, Va., and 45 other cities far removed from the starry grandeur that will be…