If it ain't broke, don't fix it. That seems to be the motto for many returning hit shows this fall. While there are a few cast changes here and there to spice things up, the major plot twists are…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has organized the workers on "Arrest and Trial," a reality series for broadcast syndication produced by Studios USA's First Run Prods.
You know the drill: One-armed man, Dr. Kimble on the loose, Lt. Gerard on his tail, yadda, yadda. In this age of fragmented viewership and network erosion, a brand-name like "The Fugitive" has…
Storyline Entertainment and the Greenblatt Janollari Studio plan to blow the covers off a high-school Casanova's little black book.
Entertainment research service Baseline is getting a new name, new look and a new leader one year after it was acquired by Hollywood.com.
Dating back to 1984 with a "Cosby," "Family Ties" and "Cheers" triumvirate, NBC has owned Thursday nights and Peacock execs are betting that with a little schedule manipulation, that stranglehold can…
The BBC has appointed veteran TV drama producers Simon Lewis and Sue Hogg as senior drama execs to boost the quality of its primetime output.
The American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers and the Dept. of Justice have agreed to changes in the consent decree that governs ASCAP's operations.
A year after the networks were taken to task for grossly underrepresenting minorities in primetime, this fall's series boast a little more diversity.
A contingent of Universal senior execs was on hand at the American Film Festival here Tuesday to join their new Gallic owners in celebrating the screening of "U-571," a co-production between…
VH1 has signed a deal with its sister company Pocket Books to publish a series of volumes tied to the network's most popular TV series, "Behind the Music."