Bonnie Franklin, the star of CBS’ groundbreaking sitcom “One Day at a Time” who worked as a helmer later in her career, died Friday at her home due to complications from pancreatic cancer. She was…
NBC got pretty good mileage out of its "Mockingbird Lane" pilot on Friday, as it delivered the net's best numbers in the timeslot this fall.
"Mockingbird Lane" is finding a home at NBC after all.
Actress and comedienne Doris Singleton Isaacs, who recurred on "I Love Lucy" as Lucy's near-sighted neighbor and sometimes nemesis Carolyn Appleby, died Tuesday. She was 92.
NBC execs talked up stars and synergy at the Peacock's upfront presentation Monday at Radio City Music Hall.
Marilynn Lovell Matz, an actress on television in the 1950s and 1960s who later became a therapist and AIDS activist, died April 13 in Los Angeles after a 30-year battle with multiple sclerosis. She…
NBC has ordered a drama concept based on Hannibal Lecter straight to series, proving the rapid decline of midseason series "The Firm" hasn't dulled the network's willingness to risk skipping the…
Marc Graboff, former president, West Coast business operations, NBCUniversal Television Entertainment
Last month, it was announced that Graboff will exit NBC after 11 years.
NBC has ordered a pilot from Universal Television and creator Bryan Fuller that will reinvent 1960s comedy series "The Munsters" as a one-hour drama.
Actor and cult film director Don Edmonds, who helmed "Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS," died May 30 in North Hollywood, Calif. of liver cancer. He was 73.
The Wisteria Lane of ABC's "Desperate Housewives" fame isn't on any map, but elements of the celebrated street can be found throughout the country.
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