"Harry Potter" publisher Scholastic Entertainment has lost its case against the Fox Entertainment Group over kiddie TV series "Goosebumps."
Pat Rubie runs Top Technicians, Australia's largest booking agency for film and TV crafts, and she's glum -- as are many techies. Rubie describes the first six months of this year as "catastrophic."…
Ted Danson's cranky Dr. John Becker hasn't shut down his practice after all. After a month of speculation regarding the fate of the CBS sitcom "Becker," Eye execs confirmed Monday the network had…
The Quebec government is cutting tax credits for homegrown films and TV shows produced in the province, reducing the number of TV shows eligible for funding and lowering the maximum amount of cash…
The nets scrap and claw for every fraction of a demo ratings point all season, and then in one harried week, they cash in their tickets.
TNT's summer sizzler is "Caesar," the big-budget saga of Roman emperor Julius' climb to power. The four-hour, two-night miniseries debuts June 29.
Based on the premise of a middle-aged federal marshal teamed with a former Pinkerton agent and a "wagonload of forensic equipment," USA Networks' "Peacemakers" might seem like "CSI" goes Western.
In today's economy, everyone's looking for ancillary revenue streams, and cable networks are no exception.
While the casual viewer may never end up with decorative straw on their walls or their beloved fireplace ruined as the participants in TLC's "Trading Spaces" have, they're tuning in to the show in…
A&E THE NAZI OFFICER’S WIFE(docu special)June 29Susan Sarandon narrates the story of Edith Hahn Beer, a Holocaust survivor who became an empowered judge in post-war Germany. MI-5(series)SummerA…
Will he be Jay or Chevy? Dave or Magic? Orlando Jones, best known to many as the pitchman for 7-Up, is the latest to take a crack as latenight host with his own talkshow beginning June 16 on FX.