A U.S. International Trade Commission judge last week ruled that Netflix did not infringe a Rovi patent covering parental controls for TV user interfaces, with hundreds of millions of dollars in…
Million Dollar Password
For many, the issue of polio is one that dissipated in early childhood with a shot at the doctor's. But in some regions, such as Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria, the disease still maintains a…
Nominees include Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Max Greenfield, Bill Hader, Ed O'Neill and Eric Stonestreet
The World Poker Tour has firmed up timeslots in its renewed deal with Fox Sports Net.
CBS is hoping the second time's the charm for 'Pyramid.'
"So You Think You Can Dance" helped lift Fox to victory among young adults on Thursday, a night that saw more declines for CBS drama "Swingtown" and a credible premiere for ABC medical series…
Off to its best start in four years, the NBA Finals slam-dunked the competish for ABC on two nights last week, but a more consistent Fox -- paced by its midweek reality hits -- led once again among…
Betty White alert! The first lady of television will grace CBS’ air as a contestant on the June 12 edition of "Million Dollar Password." White, of course, was married to Mr. Password, Allen Ludden…
Leading Canuck commercial web CTV unveiled its summer sked Thursday, which will include "High School Musical: Summer Session," the sixth season of the top-rated "Canadian Idol," "Mad Men" and the new…
NBC and "American Idol" producer FremantleMedia North America are prepping a celebrity edition of the classic quizzer "Family Feud" and are fast-tracking it for broadcast as soon as this summer.
Andrew L. Stone's screenplay, based on a biog of Sergeant-Major Charles Coward by John Castle, has pumped into its untidy 116 minutes an overdose of slapstick humour. Result is that what could have…
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