In its upfront presentation today, Univision Communications is expected to unveil an original, U.S.-made novela that's produced by chairman-CEO Jerry Perenchio's shingle.
Still smarting from their ongoing ratings collapse, ABC execs have aimed for modest expectations next season.
The WB has altered its repurposing strategy -- for now. According to Turner CEO Jamie Kellner, it's unlikely TNT or TBS will telecast repeats of any additional WB skeins next season.
An Alphabet exec once told "America's Funniest Home Videos" producer Vin Di Bona that his show couldn't be killed with a stick. He was right.
ABC will try to climb its way out of the ratings basement with an aggressive fall lineup that balances the net's need for massive changes while maintaining as much sked stability as possible.
CBS will add five dramas and two comedies to its fall schedule, including high-profile hours from feature helmers Michael Mann and Jerry Bruckheimer.
ABC has inked comic Jimmy Kimmel ("The Man Show") to host a new post-"Nightline" latenight talker -- effectively killing the Bill Maher-hosted "Politically Incorrect."
While its network rivals prepare to make some drastic overhauls to their lineups next fall, NBC will bank on stability.
German pay web Premiere looks set to follow parent company Kirch Pay TV into bankruptcy next month if it does not obtain a cash infusion.
The WB is shaking up its sked for fall 2002, adding four comedies and two dramas to a lineup that boasts changes on every night but Tuesday.
NBC isn't taking any chances this fall, ordering up a fall sked filled with just a handful of new shows -- and saving its most buzzed-about drama for midseason.