Epix is expanding into the basic service realm with the launch of a vintage pix channel dubbed "The 3 from Epix."
Carlton Cuse won't be driving the Dharma van home from the "Lost" auction, but he will revisit the show's final season on Aug. 26 when he moderates the Sublime Primetime panel with Emmy nommed…
Wouldn't an 11-foot hunk of Oceanic Flight 815 wreckage look good in the front yard? How about the Pearl Station hatch cover as an objet d'art for the living room?
Maureen Ryan has exited her post as the Chicago Tribune's chief TV critic to join AOL Television.
Discovery Communications discloses that it has agreed to put up another $89 million in financing.
Los Angeles was home to about 300 television sets when 24-year-old Stan Chambers began his TV career as a stagehand at KTLA-TV in December 1947.
Endemol is poised to scoop up Authentic Entertainment, the bustling reality production shingle behind such cable hits as Food Network's "Ace of Cakes" and Bravo's "Flipping Out."
Terence Winter battled a nagging thought as he wrote the pilot for HBO's series "Boardwalk Empire," a sprawling period epic that re-creates Atlantic City of the 1920s.
ABC's exec shuffle at the top is complete. ABC Family prexy Paul Lee has been upped to prexy of ABC Entertainment Group, overseeing programming for the Alphabet net and the ABC Studios production arm.
TNT has given renewals to three dramas: "The Closer," "Leverage" and frosh hit "Rizzoli & Isles."
Tribune Co. exec Lee Abrams is making good on his promise to blow up the traditional TV news playbook.