ABC's Susan Lyne and Lloyd Braun on Sunday promised to turn around the troubled Alphabet web the old-fashioned way -- by developing big hits.
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ABC newsmag "20/20" returns home this week with a new face at the desk alongside longtime anchor Barbara Walters.
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General entertainment cabler FX announced a title change to its upcoming drama series, formerly known as "Rampart," to "The Shield" during the Television Critics Assn. Tour in Pasadena Saturday.
Dean Valentine's oft-tumultuous four-year run as prexy and CEO of UPN came to an end Friday, with the exec saying he had "no regrets" about his tenure at the Viacom-owned netlet.
While most of the TV biz is crying poverty, CBS supremo Leslie Moonves says the Eye has no plans to start playing slash-and-burn when it comes to production budgets or license fees for new series.
In the battle of the network clones, score one for ABC. Alphabet's new high-profile quizzer "The Chair" will premiere Tuesday at 8 p.m. -- beating Fox's similarly themed gameshow "The Chamber" to air…
NBC's fall 2002 primetime sked is already falling into place: The network has given unusually early second-season renewal orders to frosh skeins "Scrubs," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and "Crossing…
Hoping to get a headstart on casting and director choices, NBC is roaring through drama development with the goal of greenlighting all of its 2002-03 pilots by early next week, up to three weeks…
As the networks aim to slice license fees and cut costs, studio chiefs are bracing for an economic squeeze this pilot season.
Veteran journalist and documentarian Bill Moyers will anchor "NOW With Bill Moyers," an hourlong weekly news program on PBS, beginning Jan. 18.