Three down, three to go. Last week, we took a look at what could end up on the fall skeds of the top-rated nets, NBC, Fox and CBS. Here now is what programmers at ABC and the netlets have to do.
Aaron Sorkin's departure last week from "The West Wing" has all the hallmarks of a juicy Washington scandal. There's the cover-up, there's money and there are questions of who's-in-charge.
NBC has won the second Thursday of the May sweep in all key demo categories, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen, although President Bush's address to the nation rendered unreliable…
Russian love story Doctor Zhivago, originally banned in Russia, is returning to its roots in TV movie form thanks to a deal struck by U.K. distribber Granada International with Channel One (formerly…
German TV group ProSiebenSat.1 will be asking shareholders next month to approve a capital increase that could bring in as much as €490 million ($549 million).
Broadcasters and advertisers haven't yet entered the trading pit for the May upfront, but negotiations have begun in earnest.
There won't be a second term for Aaron Sorkin. After four years running NBC's "The West Wing," the show's creator and exec producer has elected to leave the Warner Bros.
Hit movies and solid homevid buffered Disney a bit in the latest quarter from a battering delivered to ABC and theme parks by the war in Iraq. The Mouse House on Thursday posted a 12% slide in net…
CBS' controversial Hitler miniseries has snagged an important vote of confidence from a leading Jewish organization.
A hairstylist on Fox Sports Network's "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against co-host and former NBA player John Salley, as well as others involved with the…
Steve Cheskin, who devised the granddaddy of all cable-network stunts, Discovery Channel's high-rated annual "Shark Week," has resigned as executive VP and general manager of the Travel Channel.