USA Network is on its way to finishing first in primetime for the third year in a row, and Bonnie Hammer, president of cable entertainment for NBC Universal, the parent company, says one big reason…
In the world of ad-supported cable these days, there's USA Network ... and there's everybody else.
Tyler Perry, whose "House of Payne" sitcom could end up grossing more than $200 million in its first cycle through 2012, has signed a deal with TBS for a comedy based loosely on his theatrical movie…
Beating all competition but the Beijing Olympics on NBC, the Disney Channel's original movie musical "The Cheetah Girls: One World" harvested 6.2 million total primetime viewers on Friday.
TV historian Tim Brooks remembers the lean days of cable when the broadcast networks lorded it over the TV universe.
Don't invite Brenda Hampton, creator and exec producer of the hit ABC Family series "Secret Life of The American Teenager," to the same party with officials of the National Campaign to Prevent Teen…
CBS TV Distribution has sold the broadcast rights to its long-running "NCIS" series to Ion TV, which will share the reruns with USA starting next month.
ABC Family's "The Secret Life of the American Teenager," easily the hottest rookie series on TV this summer, might have scored even more viewers if the network had kept the original title: "Sex Life…
Making up character names for a teenage soap can be an exercise in frustration if the studio keeps bouncing them back for legal reasons.
A staggering 17.7 million people have streamed video of an Olympic event on their computer or cell phone during the first five days of the Beijing Games.
MGM is funneling its action movies and TV shows into a free video-on-demand service called Impact, which has just started on Comcast with 25 titles, including "The Terminator," "Enter the Ninja" and…
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