CBS is about to lock up its Monday-night comedy tentpoles for several more years.
Lionsgate has been handed the keys and the deed to cabler TV Guide Network and the TV Guide Online biz after closing its $255 million purchase from Macrovision.
Rupert Murdoch is the undisputed ruler of the nation-state that is News Corp. No CEO has been more intertwined and publicly associated with his company's business than Rupe, at least not since Ted…
Tom Fontana has been tapped to pen a series about the notorious Borgia clan that Chris Albrecht will exec produce for Gallic production shingle Lagardere Entertainment and Canal Plus.
Barely six months after joining the company, Gene Stein has been upped to head of TV at BermanBraun.
Cowabunga: Fox has given a two-season pickup to "The Simpsons," which will make the toon stalwart the longest-running scripted primetime skein in history.
Jay Leno was grilled by a WGA West panel Wednesday as part of a disciplinary proceeding that the guild has brought against "The Tonight Show" host stemming from last year's strike.
Shed Media, the U.K. film and TV shingle behind "Supernanny" and "Footballers Wives," is creating a U.S. umbrella company for its various production and distribution units.
LL Cool J is getting on the gumshoe beat. The rapper-actor has been set to star in CBS' planned spinoff of "NCIS."
As Fox execs were still sorting out the restructuring repercussions of Peter Chernin's pending exit as News Corp. prexy, there are also plenty of questions about Chernin's lucrative film and TV…