Plenty of men (and women) have gone there before, but Paramount Home Entertainment knows that most of them will want to go there again when they introduce "Star Trek: Voyager" on DVD for the first…
It was inevitable: MTV's "Newlyweds" has spawned a little sister. The music net has ordered the docu-miniseries " 'Til Death Do Us Part: Carmen & Dave" chronicling the sure-to-be bizarre wedding…
No sooner was the Terminator sworn in as California governor Monday than NBC News technically welcomed back wife Maria Shriver.
Movielink, the video-on-demand joint venture owned by five studios, is looking outside Hollywood for its newest content, buying the rights to a number of literary adaptations from the BBC.
"Ambush Makeover" is no ugly duckling. After a 13-week trial on Fox owned-and-operated stations, the Banyan-produced strip has proved itself to Twentieth Television.
Australia's Seven Network unveiled its 2004 sked Monday, banking that a slew of new reality and lifestyle shows, interspersed with series from Fox, Disney and NBC, will reverse this year's ratings…
Rupert Murdoch is "not ready" to expand his pay TV services in Europe, even if he wants to "leave all possibilities open, especially in Eastern Europe," the global mogul told industrialists in Milan…
The government-backed Canadian Television Fund, one of the key sources of financing for Canuck TV production, announced a major overhaul of its coin programs Monday.
TVNZ's move into distribution is on hiatus after the departure Tuesday of business development division boss Marty Behrens.
The 31st annual "American Music Awards" gave ABC its strongest Sunday of the season, although the event -- facing November sweeps competish for the first time -- continued its ratings decline.
The changing of the guard at CBS News' "60 Minutes" franchise continued Monday as Josh Howard was named the next exec producer of "60 Minutes II."