About 35 years ago, John Lennon declared the Beatles more popular than Jesus. Well, careers go up and down, but right now, Jesus is again Da Man.
CBS is showing some "Big Brother"-ly love to the "The Amazing Race." Eye has firmed up plans for its summer sked, and the biggest news is the net's decision to pair established hit "Brother" with the…
Unveiling an ambitious slate of unscripted series, docs and movies for 2004-05, Court TV president-chief operating officer Art Bell said the cabler will spend an unprecedented $200 million on…
GermanyFeature films: $3 millionTV movies: $200,000Dramas : $100,000Sitcoms: $50,000Reality: $35,000Docs/Kids./Arts: $20,000 United KingdomFeature films: $2 millionTV movies: $150,000Dramas…
While local programming continues to reign supreme on South Korea's major networks, savvy imports on cable and satellite are starting to change the way people watch TV.
The hottest series in South Korea these days relies on an old formula -- with a decidedly new twist. In a country where historical dramas are still all the rage, "Daejanggum" on MBC is dubbed a…
Viewers in the Nordic territories cut their teeth on documentaries broadcast by state channels, but a new doc hunger has veteran buyers jockeying along with upstart commercial channels for the best…
Pubcaster Danmarks Radio (DR) won't have to do any fancy talking when it comes to justifying the 150 million Danish kroner ($25 million) spent on "Better Times."
Reality TV is finally settling in for Swiss auds. Although the now defunct commercial station TV3 had aired "Big Brother" several seasons ago, reality programming had been absent from the…
It was billed as China's very own "Sex and the City" -- a bestselling book transformed into a popular TV series about four young women, one city and lots of fawning men.