A new series spotlighting underground music in both rock and hip-hop, a revamp of long-running request show "Control Freak" and the triumphant return of 1980s heavy-metal paean "Headbanger's Ball"…
For one last time, the combination of "Touched by an Angel" and a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie drew large auds for CBS on a Sunday, as the net dominated overall viewership on the opening Sunday of the…
It had to happen: A digital cable network devoted to nothing but reality shows is in the works, with cable vet Larry Namer on board as prexy and CEO.
Erasers will get a workout over the next couple of weeks as network execs make the finishing touches on their fall skeds.
The WB has given an early pickup to its recently acquired comedy "Grounded for Life," ordering a full 22 episodes for next season.
NBC has put the final bullet in "Just Shoot Me." After a four-month absence, Steve Levitan-created laffer returned to the Peacock sked Tuesday night with back-to-back episodes that aired opposite…
Producers Greer Shephard and Michael Robin are still popular with Warner Bros. TV.
Fox has added another element to its summer lineup, skedding the half-hour unscripted anthology skein "Anything for Love" on Monday nights. Endemol USA-produced "Love" will feature a mix of segments…
The fallout over Oliver Stone's controversial Castro pic "Comandante" has now been extended to its upcoming screening at the Tribeca fest. HBO, which decided to drop the film last week from its…
A majority of Indian movie distribbers had agreed to a compromise with producers that allowed for a six- to nine-month gap before new Bollywood pics are sold to cable or homevideo.
Viacom's TNN, which bills itself as "the first network for men," has a new name -- Spike -- and a batch of reality programming for the 2003-04 season dealing with travel, finance, cars, health and…