As the "Friends" cast sheds one last tear -- and cashes in one more check -- countless retrospectives will undoubtedly bill the retiring sitcom as one of the greatest in TV history.
A cable monopoly is taking form in Germany that could soon change the face of the country's TV landscape.
When Dream TV in Egypt launches "Jumanah," its new fashion show for veiled women on May 1, many of the country's leading actresses will be hitting the catwalk covered up and wearing the traditional…
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Cricket-mad Indians found themselves on a sticky wicket when it came to watching their national sport this month.
Filmmaker Antony Thomas, who was banned and forced into exile in Britain during the 1980s for his fiercely anti-apartheid docu trilogy "The Anatomy of Apartheid," has returned to the country of his…
Australia's screen producers fear the Seven network's purchase of firstrun rights to a children's series commissioned by the Australian Broadcasting Corp. will mean less kids' drama is made Down…
CBS will air this summer a two-hour special on the Country Music Assn.'s Music Festival/Fan Fair, now in its 33rd year.
Last month, Universal greenlit "Serenity," a feature based on Joss Whedon's TV show "Firefly," which Fox canceled in 2002 after airing only 11 episodes.
With corporate parent Viacom caught in the crosshairs of the broadcast indecency wars, music cabler MTV is stuck in the crossfire.
Aussie viewers are turning off reality shows and embracing dramas -- U.S. and homegrown.
Will the debate over indecency be remembered as a minor skirmish or a turning point in the culture wars?