Get ready for a summertime reality rumble. In one corner, the nets are bringing back several warm-weather veterans that have either proved their ability to draw auds ("Big Brother," "Last Comic…
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Sitting on a shelf somewhere deep inside ABC's Burbank headquarters are never-before-seen episodes of Heather Graham's short-lived sitcom "Emily's Reason's Why Not." They're going to be sitting there…
Buried beneath talk of cell phones, broadband channels and all things "multiplatform" at the upfronts were actual fall show previews. Just don't ask anyone on Madison Avenue what they were.
NBC News will test the market for news downloads by offering documentaries and specials from "Nightly News," "Dateline," MSNBC and CNBC on Apple's iTunes.
Cinamour Entertainment has sold home video and TV rights for "Forbidden Warrior," "Cannes Man" and "Jericho" to international distribs.
When it comes to upfront showmanship, ABC's Steve McPherson may be the new Leslie Moonves.
TV screens are going to look a bit more crowded this fall. Buoyed by the ongoing success of ensemble skeins like "Lost" and "Grey's Anatomy," the nets crafted fall skeds heavy on big-cast skeins.
Network TV has always been a numbers game, but this is ridiculous. In the grand tradition of networks mysteriously copying each other, webs seem to have adopted a paint-by-numbers strategy when it…
They weren't quite holding hands and singing "Kumbaya," but the broadcast network chiefs showed remarkable restraint in tweaking the competish at this year's upfront.