"The Pulse" is about to quicken. A mere blip during its eight-week run last summer, the Fox News magazine is getting a permanent spot on the Fox broadcast net on ultra-competitive Thursday night.
Even as reality TV takes hold at the networks, scripted programming's still the thing at NBC, Peacock entertainment president Jeff Zucker told reporters Friday.
Teutonic film group Constantin has picked up German-speaking theatrical, video and DVD to "(T)Raumschiff Surprise -- Periode 1," a "Star Trek" spoof from "Manitou's Shoe" helmer Michael Herbig.
Taking an unpredictable turn in the season's wide-open race for feature honors, the Producers Guild of America has opted mostly for large-scale and high-grossing releases as nominees for its best…
With no sign that the reality craze is diminishing, ABC execs say it's impossible to ignore the red-hot genre. Speaking at the Alphabet's portion of the Television Critics Assn. press tour, ABC…
The Producers Guild of America has tapped "Antwone Fisher" producers Todd Black and Denzel Washington as recipients of the org's Stanley Kramer Award.
Fox Home Entertainment has inked a deal with kids producer DIC Entertainment to help relaunch American Greetings' 1980s "Strawberry Shortcake" franchise next year.
TNN wants to prove it's got game in the awards show business, rolling out the first televised kudos for the fast-growing vidgame industry with such over-the-top categories as best all-around badass…
Federal Communications Commission topper Michael Powell wowed telecom lawyers -- and even reporters -- last week with a spoof of the Christmas perennial "It's a Wonderful Life."
With primetime ratings hitting all-time lows, it's more difficult than ever to know when to cheer -- and when to panic.
EchoStar and DirecTV parent Hughes Electronics officially broke up Tuesday, and at least one eager bidder jumped at the chance to nab the satcaster.