Showtime will bow "The Reagans" ahead of schedule. After originally announcing an early 2004 premiere, the pay cabler said Monday that it will debut the telepic, formerly set up at Viacom-owned…
The 31st annual "American Music Awards" gave ABC its strongest Sunday of the season, although the event continued its ratings decline. Fox won the third Sunday of the November sweep in adults 18-49…
Israel has lifted a four-month boycott of the BBC, sparked by the global broadcast last June of the controversial doc "Israel's Secret Weapon" about the country's weapons program, its foreign…
VH1 continues to expand its slate of originals with the addition of "Bands Reunited" and "The Best Week Ever" to its January sked.
Adaora Udoji will join CNN in early December as a New York-based general news correspondent for the CNN News Group.
Mark Graff learned a costly lesson this year when he failed to get cable operators to take his pay-per-view porno channel Blu-TV: To succeed, you gotta have a brand.
The NBC-Universal merger isn't yet complete, but viewers are already getting a taste of the cross-promotional future. A few times last week, Peacock viewers may have noticed that some of the net's…
Chuck Dolan's American Movie Classics has slapped a lawsuit on Time Warner Cable that could mark the first skirmish in an all-out war between the antagonists over the high price of televised sports.
NBC and CBS waged another epic Thursday battle as the third week of sweeps got under way, but ABC, UPN and the WB also had reason to cheer.
ABC has pulled "Karen Sisco" from active duty, handing over the Wednesday 10 p.m. assignment to two new recruits: "Celebrity Mole Yucatan" and "Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital."
Al Gore sure didn't sound like someone who is about to launch a cable network in a recent speech decrying television's "quasi-hypnotic" influence on the masses. Or did he?