The Big Six have been hit with a case of SARS: Severe Acute Reshuffling Syndrome. After a couple of years of relative scheduling stability, webheads last week threw away the rulebook as they unveiled…
Big hugs all around: Defying an industry trend toward reduced production, Warner Bros. TV and prexy Peter Roth will head into the 2003-04 season with a jaw-dropping 28 primetime comedies and dramas…
UPN plans to go with the flow this fall, constructing a schedule the net believes will be more cohesive than in the past.
Advertisers don't hate reality TV, according to Fox Television Entertainment Group chairman Sandy Grushow -- they just hate poorly executed, low-rated reality TV.
Fox will try to keep its midseason momentum going -- and challenge NBC for the demo crown -- with an ambitious fall sked boasting four new comedies and a trio of frosh dramas.
Sticking with stability in a year when few networks are playing it safe, UPN will add a new comedy night next season but otherwise stick to the status quo.
Spanish-lingo giant Univision and its sidekick nets Telefutura and Galavision unveiled their fall shows to advertisers in a glitzy upfront display replete with sultry Latin soap stars, pop singers, a…
As CBS' competitors dramatically rejigger their primetime slates, the Eye followed suit Wednesday, announcing a fall lineup that reps its biggest schedule upheaval in years.
ABC's last-minute change of heart regarding thesp Kevin Hart's laffer "The Big House" has left the cast of the would-be series in a state of shock.
During a conference call with analysts last week to discuss the first quarter, Univision TV prexy Ray Rodriguez promised some exciting new shows were in the offing, among them the L.A.-set novela "Te…