Oscar winner Marisa Tomei and "Seinfeld" vet Patrick Warburton will lend their voices to the animated UPN project "Game Over," while a few more names have squeezed into pilot roles as casting season…
Gab queen Kelly Ripa is headed for primetime, closing in on a deal to star in a new Touchstone-produced comedy for ABC. Ripa gave up her gig on Alphabet sudser "All My Children" last year.
The wired world is looking more closely than ever at filling the blanks left by broadcasters, according to Tuesday's panel of seven cable chiefs at the Hollywood Radio & Television Society's…
The show will go on. The Oscar show, that is. But there won't be the red carpet treatment for celebs, or bleachers for screaming fans. And the paparazzi may be banished to the sidelines.
Jerry Offsay, who has served as Showtime's prexy of programming since 1994, will step down at the end of the year, following months of speculation that he was leaving.
Tony Soprano will be returning to the waste management industry as early as next week. James Gandolfini dropped the lawsuit he filed to void his "Sopranos" contract, the first in a quick succession…
Sony Pictures Television is gearing up for the off-network launch of "King of Queens," clinching key station deals in Gotham and Chicago and pacting with Pinnacle Food Corp. on a promotional…
TV stations are about to face a harsh reality as a result of primetime's latest programming trends. The proliferation of reality programs has led to a severe narrowing of the off-network sitcom…
MTV is planning a telepic called "Wuthering Heights, CA," a contemporary take on Emily Bronte's classic novel.
Patrick Dempsey is all "About a Boy" and Gary Cole has signed up for "Criminology 101," while Bill Smitrovich has agreed to abide by "The Law & Henry Lee."
In true "Sopranos" style, the brouhaha over the fifth season of the hit HBO show has turned into a bare-knuckled brawl -- and could even KO the show. Production on season five, scheduled to get under…