Rupert Murdoch's scandal-chastened retreat on his bid for BSkyB may well spur the ascent of Chase Carey's influence and other changes within News Corp. as the company grapples with what's sure to be…
With political opposition and public outrage swelling in the U.K., News Corp. moved Tuesday to reassure investors by announcing a $5 billion stock buyback program, but the move wasn't enough to stem…
Cablers OWN and TLC have ponied up significant bucks for rerun rights to CBS' reality hit "Undercover Boss."
The new cable drama "RPM Miami" is a high-octane sudser -- think "Fast and the Furious" meets "Desperate Housewives."
July 1, 1941, was a seminal day in showbiz history, marking the launch of commercial television in the U.S. on New York's WNBT-TV (better known today as WNBC) and WCBW-TV (aka WCBS).
Versatile helmer Marc Buckland has inked a two-year development pact with Universal Media Studios.
Peter Falk, the Emmy- and Tony-winning stage, screen and TV actor best known to world audiences as the always-underestimated police detective in the long-running telepic series "Columbo," died…
Finally, "Rules of Engagement" creator-exec producer Tom Hertz can take a breath and focus on fielding new projects under the three-year overall deal he's inked with Sony Pictures TV.
HBO is about to give a pilot order to a drama series from Doug Ellin, John Ridley and Spike Lee that is loosely inspired by Mike Tyson's early years in boxing.
Don Draper is in for a big raise on "Mad Men."
Coming off of ABC's "V," showrunner Scott Rosenbaum had plenty of offers to join upcoming primetime skeins.