As audiences grow more savvy about online marketing techniques, television networks are still figuring out how to make meaningful impressions.
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ABC is taking the most big shots this fall -- including, coincidentally, a show called "Big Shots" -- premiering more new shows than anyone, including an entirely new Wednesday lineup.
Crime is down in Television City, and Nina Tassler is betting that's a good thing.
After a decadelong career that has seen him move smartly between roles in kidpics ("Kangaroo Jack," "Big Momma's House") and hard-edged drama ("The Shield," "The Departed"), Anderson's now heading to…
Burns hit it big 17 years ago with his epic "The Civil War," still considered by many one of the best TV documentary series of all time. His latest foray at PBS is "The War," an attempt to document…
The trend in non-American casting the past few years seemed to be going Australian, but this fall season it's the Brits who are giving their American accents a workout.
Carey has some formidable tasks this fall beyond just learning the rules of Plinko. The new host of CBS' stalwart gameshow "The Price Is Right" must find a way to make the show his own while filling…
Fans of Eick's work on "Battlestar Galactica" are all too familiar with bionic women, as sophisticated lady cyborgs pose the greatest threat to humankind on his high-concept update of the popular…
The fall's most-buzzed-about pilot is also one of its most unusual: a whimsical hourlong about a piemaker who discovers he can bring people back to life with his finger -- but send them permanently…
Fox's "American Idol" doesn't return until January, but the many fans of the talent competish have something to bide their time with this fall.
Among the many attributes that qualified Goldberg for her new gig on "The View," here's perhaps the most important one: She doesn't get worked up very easily.