Season finales for Fox's "The X-Files" and CBS' "Touched by an Angel" led those networks to Sunday victories in adults 18-49 and households respectively, while ABC's "Creature, Part 1" foundered and…
The U.K.'s television glitterati gathered for the BAFTA TV awards Monday night, the first time the British television nods have been separate from the BAFTA film awards.
Look for NBC affiliates to kick up a fuss about DirecTV's pay-per-view offering of the Peacock web soap "Days of Our Lives" when the web begins its three-day spring affiliates confab today at the…
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In a move that places much of the catalog from the Atlantic, Elektra and Warner Bros. Records labels under one roof, Warner Music Group has acquired the outstanding 50% of Rhino Records, according to…
Capella Films' sales arm, Capella Intl., will co-finance and take international rights to New Line Cinema's low-budget comedy "Dairy Queens."
Twentieth Century Fox's "Bulworth" was elected the exclusive box office champ in its first outing.
In what may be an unprecedented demonstration of network clout, CBS on Monday ordered seven new series for its fall schedule, six of which are partially owned by the web.
The syndie TV spinoff of New Line's "Mortal Kombat" pics is ready to rampage this fall on TV stations and cable systems covering more than 90% of U.S. TV households.
The creative team behind "Wilde" is reuniting to develop a major movie about Winston Churchill, provisionally titled "London 1940."
ABC will unveil a fall schedule today that includes five new comedies and three new dramas, as well as a revamped Sunday lineup featuring "20/20" at 9 p.m. and the David E. Kelley drama "The…
Screenwriters Ken Rance and Dallas Jackson have landed their second project in less than a year with producer John Davis' Fox-based Davis Entertainment.