Fox is feeling good about its new Tim Roth drama "Lie to Me." The net has given the show a plum post-"American Idol" slot on Wednesdays starting in January.
The post-election shuffle of programming and personnel began quickly for TV newsies on Wednesday, even as most news outlets spent the day parsing the what-it-all-means factor of Tuesday's returns.
The catchphrase from the first season of "Heroes" was "save the cheerleader." This season, it could be "save the scripts."
Big shakeup on the staff of NBC's "Heroes" came down on Sunday with the axing of co-exec producers Jesse Alexander and Jeph Loeb.
TV's Big Four are keeping a wary eye on the turmoil enveloping Detroit's Big Three as the economic crisis worsens. If GM and Chrysler consummate a deal, it will undoubtedly lead to a winnowing of…
Tribune Broadcasting has cut a deal with CBS Television Distribution for a fall 2009 daytime talker to be hosted by Bishop T.D. Jakes.
After a nearly monthlong standoff, 17 network affiliate stations owned by Lin TV have returned to the channel lineup of Time Warner Cable systems in 11 markets.
Showbiz gets ready for the arrival of a new sheriff in Washington. Because no matter what happens next week on Election Day, one thing is certain: Current FCC chief Kevin Martin is out the door.
Another 75 editorial staffers were let go at the Los Angeles Times on Monday, including numerous reporters and editors involved in arts and entertainment coverage.
Bud Bundy is back in business with Sony TV.
It came as a rude shock to hundreds of thousands of hometown Buffalo Bills fans as they prepared for their Sunday TV game-watching ritual on Oct. 5.