Charlie Sheen has inked a two-season pact with Warner Bros. TV.
NBC's decision on "Law and Order" came down to a question of the message the Peacock aims to send.
The major networks have their sights set on the 2010-11 television season at this week's upfront presentations in Gotham, but there's another behind-the-scenes frenzy taking place that's all about…
TBS felt it couldn't afford to lose the show. The same was true for the Fox O&Os.
In a mega-bucks syndication deal, cabler TBS and the Fox Television Stations group have nabbed the off-network rights to the CBS laffer "The Big Bang Theory."
Among the highlights of this television season has been the return to fine form of two sitcom stars of a half-generation ago: Ed O'Neill and Craig T. Nelson.
Multihyphenate Todd Holland has partnered with Karey Burke in a two-year overall production pact with Universal Media Studios.
Count the Power Rangers among the vintage entertainment properties going through brand rehab.
The Power Rangers have come home.
Comcast stands ready to invest big bucks in rehabilitating the mothership NBC broadcast network.
Non-fiction tome by science journo Rebecca Skloot.
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