Hungry to grow its ratings this fall, the WB is cutting down on repeats and bulking up on reality fare. Mandate to improve its numbers came after the Frog stumbled this past year.
NBC and Touchstone Television have reached a new license fee agreement to keep hit laffer "Scrubs" on the air for at least two more seasons.
ABC will laugh a little less often this fall -- while for CBS vet "Yes, Dear," the laughs may be over. Nothing's been decided at the Eye, but industry insiders were abuzz over the weekend with the…
"Frasier" left the building a winner Thursday night, making more than 25 million house calls with its series finale and teaming with "ER" to lift NBC to victory in all key ratings categories.
Fox is still in the hunt at the halfway point of the May sweep after dominating Wednesday with "American Idol."
Pax TV unveiled its most ambitious slate of original programming ever during Tuesday evening's upfront session in New York, thanks to its new programming deal with NBC.
CBS easily captured Monday in key demo categories on the strength of a powerful "CSI: Miami" and strong scores for the comedy combo of "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "Two and a Half Men," according to…
Comcast has completed its $300 million acquisition of cabler Tech TV, which it will merge with vidgame cable network G4 as planned at the end of the month.
The best of the best "Survivor" players have produced some of the best ratings for the CBS reality juggernaut in a couple of years.
"Hee Haw" is coming to DVD. Time Life has picked up retail rights to the variety show, which began as a summer replacement series on CBS in 1969 and after two years on the net ran in syndication for…
More than 52 million viewers enjoyed a final cup of coffee with the Central Perk gang Thursday night, making the "Friends" finale the most-watched entertainment program in six years.