The online network that will air "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" has a name. That name: The Online Network.
Warner Bros. TV announced it had officially settled Charlie Sheen's lawsuit against the studio and "Two and a Half Men" exec producer Chuck Lorre.
In its series premiere Friday, CBS' ''A Gifted Man'' matched the 18-49 demo performance of the season premiere of ''Medium'' in the same 8 p.m. timeslot, but drew more than 50% more total viewers.
"Live from Daryl's House," a syndicated series featuring Daryl Hall of rock duo "Hall & Oates," has been cleared in nearly 80% of the top 200 markets in the U.S., including all of the top 10.
HGTV is revving up its push toward more character-driven content by moving into production three unscripted series in that vein, while eyeing many more.
Disney XD has renewed "Kickin' It" for a second season, with production resuming in December for air in 2012.
Cameron Mathison and Lindsay Hartley have signed on for the post-ABC online version of "All My Children" being produced by Prospect Park.
On the same night that "Two and a Half Men" turned the page on the Charlie Sheen era, word surfaced that the long-running dispute between the actor and "Men" studio Warner Bros. is nearing an end.