Crime is down in Television City, and Nina Tassler is betting that's a good thing.
A year after its steady but unspectacular launch, the CW heads into fall with possibly the most mojo of any net.
This could be the year Fox finally enters fall with a swagger instead of a limp.
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NBC's got its buzz back. Now it just needs the viewers to follow. Last season was a bit frustrating for the Peacock, to say the least. Despite having the year's biggest breakout hit ("Heroes") and…
While Merv Griffin's legacy has been summed up in myriad obituaries since his death last month, the final chapter has yet to play out.
When "Medal of Honor: Airborne" was announced, a similar groan could be heard coming out of the mouths of many a vidgame fan: "No, not another World War II game."
Warner Bros. is touting another "Harry Potter" milestone: Top-grossing film franchise worldwide. Ever.
The Weinstein Co. has upped Michal Podell to senior VP of acquisitions and business and legal affairs.
Two "Harry Potter" movies, "Batman Begins" and "Ocean's Twelve" are heading for TV syndication a few years from now, following their runs on broadcast and cable TV.
The Weinstein Co. has picked up all U.S. rights to Spanish thriller "El rey de la montana" (The King of the Hill), which world preemed in Toronto's Discovery section Saturday.
Completing a rare lap from TV syndication to the Internet and back again, "TMZ" makes its debut as a TV show this week, approaching celebrities the way a blitzing linebacker barks at opposing…