CNBC’s push into reality programming has yielded modest ratings results so far, with this week’s launch of sports betting show “Money Talks” drawing small numbers. Nielsen estimates that Tuesday’s…
If the CBS-Time Warner Cable standoff is like most of these fracases, it will be settled relatively soon. Even in the midst of summer — when networks generally have fewer big-ticket attractions in…
The homegrown production boom at Telemundo reflects the company's move during the past two years to make a 90-degree shift in its programming strategy, focusing on novelas and other shows produced in…
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Bryan Zuriff, exec producer of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan,” is taking a leave of absence from the show after he plead guilty in a New York online gambling case. Showtime released a statement saying…
Even before Netflix's historic 14 Emmy nominations, including nine for acclaimed series "House of Cards," there's been chatter that Netflix is "the new HBO." Well, no. If the suggestion is that…
In DreamWorks Animation's winsome toon "Turbo," a junior speed maven dreams of competing in the Indianapolis 500. There's just one small problem: He's a snail.
True to form, the deal to revive “24” as a limited series next summer came together with real-time urgency during the past three weeks. Imagine principal Brian Grazer credits longtime showrunner…
YouTube is betting Internet users will pay a couple of bucks per month to select from a broad range of genre content — from "Sesame Street," "Inspector Gadget" and NatGeo Kids content to UFC…
ESPN pro basketball analyst Chris Broussard generated his own controversy with comments on live television Monday that equated homosexuality to sin.
In Netflix CEO Reed Hastings' vision of the future, traditional TV and channels will disappear — superseded by Internet-video services and apps, which will become the way everyone watches…
Step aside, Apple: This Silicon Valley chip-maker is ready to invade the cable biz this year. But is the plan inspired or insane?