There may be an unlikely beneficiary of all the buzz about the possible union of the William Morris Agency and Endeavor: Sam Haskell.
"ER" closed out its 15-season run on top Thursday, drawing an average of 16.4 million viewers for its two-hour finale.
KTLA Los Angeles prexy and g.m. Don Corsini is living up to his pledge to add more local newscasts to the station's sked.
It's fun to make fun of old Martha Stewart shows.
"Friday Night Lights" fans were handed the equivalent of a Super Bowl victory on Monday as NBC and DirecTV confirmed that the ensembler has been renewed for two seasons.
RelativityReal, the reality TV production arm of Ryan Kavanaugh's Relativity Media, has inked an international distribution pact with Sony Pictures TV.
There's chatter in the online world about the possibility of Disney signing on as a partner with News Corp. and NBC Universal in Hulu.
Paramount Digital Entertainment and Gaumont are teaming to produce a made-for-Internet series, "Section 8," which will preem in the U.S. on MySpace.
Former AOL chief Jon Miller is poised to join News Corp. in a newly created role overseeing all digital operations for the global media giant.
By the laws of television physics, "Ghost Whisperer" never should have worked for CBS.
Things are looking up for "Eastbound and Down" at HBO. Maybe Kenny Powers is just the kind of underdog that HBO's affluent, well-educated viewers want to root for in these crazy times.