Newly installed Warner Bros. TV president Peter Roth has inked his first overall deal, an exclusive four-year pact worth about $16 million for "Will & Grace" co-creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick.
Dancing girls on "Jeopardy"? It might give Alex Trebeck pause, but in Mexico it's that added bit of zing that's given the format its local appeal.
A conservative Christian group is getting the brushoff for its recommendation that the FCC add a new "Homosexual Content" tag to the TV rating system.
Studio Canal Plus, the film production arm of the pay television group Canal Plus, has signed its first output deal.
A bevy of film and TV celebs, including Tom Hanks, David Duchovny and Forest Whitaker, have joined the list of presenters for the fifth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards on March 7.
Frances McDormand and John Turturro have been invited to dinner. Mitchell and Victoria Maxwell, and Mark Balsam, producers of Donald Margulies' newest play, "Dinner With Friends" are seeking…
An historic hockey game made it to air on Canadian public TV without a hitch Saturday night, enraging 1,800 technicians who have been on strike against the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. since Wednesday.
Antena 3, Spain's highest-rating private broadcaster, is in talks with NBC and Canadian children's programming producer Cinar to launch a Latin American children's channel.
Columbia TriStar's Television Distribution and Children's Programming units have inked an exclusive multi-year development deal with writer-producer-director Mark Waxman.
Proposed legislation in the California Assembly has led a coterie of usually self-regulating managers to come together under a still-forming trade group.