CBS is giving "The Amazing Race" a pretty great present -- its best reality timeslot.
NBC and CBS put up more impressive Thursday night numbers, although both seemed to be sacked a bit by President Bush's address to the nation, which interrupted the primetime skeds for nearly half an…
Declining ratings in the first third of the year have spurred E! Entertainment TV into creating a dozen weekly series for the summer and fall, an unprecedented development slate that will catapult…
Spike TV has added GQ's Men of the Year Awards to its fall sked. Kudos, now in their eighth year, honors men of distinction from the worlds of entertainment, sports and fashion.
NBC is about to lose its "Friends" -- and the Peacock's enemies are scrambling already to figure out how they can thrive once Central Perk serves up its last latte.
Broadcasters and advertisers haven't yet entered the trading pit for the May upfront, but negotiations have begun in earnest.
WNBC-TV New York, the official broadcast sponsor of the Tribeca Film Festival, has scheduled "The Making of a Festival," a one-hour special, for Saturday at 7 p.m.
"The President Bush Show" has landed one of the best timeslots in all of television -- much to the chagrin of the broadcast networks. The White House announced Wednesday that Bush would speak to the…
Stepped-up sweeps competish didn't slow down Fox's strong Tuesday lineup, as both "American Idol" and "24" easily led their hours in the key young-adult demos.
The explosive season finale of "Third Watch" scored for NBC on the first Monday of the May sweep, but CBS notched a nightly victory with a powerful perf from "CSI: Miami."
Aiming to launch a new night of original series, Lifetime has ordered 13 episodes of the new dramas "Wild Card" and "1-800-Missing."