It's going to be a while before Homer comes home.
It's hard to imagine, but the strongest hour of broadcast television is about to get another upgrade this fall.
The studios may be pushing into post, but some investors are betting that in the long run they're not going to stay there -- or at least that there will be plenty of business to go around.
A big market share is great: It gives studio execs bragging rights and, in many cases, determines their bonuses. But market share is far from the whole picture.
Nicole Kidman and Ralph Fiennes will star in love story "The Reader" for the Weinstein Co. Stephen Daldry will direct David Hare's adaptation of the bestselling novel by German writer Bernhard…
Number-crunching always yields contradictory results. For example, Fox Searchlight's "Once" is heading toward $7 million -- roughly 46 times its production budget. Clearly this is a huge profit, but…
Every cable network in Christendom is putting together a 24/7 high-definition clone of itself, which could be bad news for rule-breaking HD pioneer Mark Cuban.
TMZ isn't the only Internet phenom plotting a leap to television. Edgy site No Good TV -- best known for its raw, uncensored celebrity interviews -- is about to shop a latenight franchise around town.
NBC has engineered a breakthrough deal to get its fall pilots previewed on virtually every major cable and satellite system in the country.
DirecTV has begun the promotional countdown to its Sept. 17 premiere of the new season for soap opera "Passions," highlighted by four live weekly half-hours featuring cast members taking calls from…
A special screening of ABC's frosh dramedy "Pushing Daisies" will be among the highlights of this year's New York Televison Festival.