CBS is saying goodbye to "Cosby." The Bill Cosby laffer, produced by Carsey-Werner, will call it quits next month following a four-season run on the Eye, the net plans to announce today.
MTV has five shows in development for its prime "10 Spot," the channel announced Thursday at an upfront presentation for advertisers in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Letterman, who underwent emergency bypass surgery on Jan. 14, reappeared on "Late Show With David Letterman" on Feb. 21 to one of its highest ratings ever. Since his part-time return, a number of…
ABC beat out several network rivals for small screen rights to Susan Finstad's "Natasha: The Biography of Natalie Wood," to be published in spring 2001 by Harmony Books. Finstad will receive $350,000…
ABC midseason laffer "Then Came You" bowed to strong ratings Wednesday night, winning its half-hour in adults 18-49 with the net's best comedy tally in the slot in six months.
The FX cable network, pushing to compete in the theatrical-movie arena with TBS, TNT and USA, has gone on a shopping spree, landing a shared window with ABC for "The Green Mile" and "Any Given…
Patrick Dempsey ("Scream 3") is headed for ABC's "Elizabeth Street," inking a deal to star in the fall 2000 Martin Scorsese/James Yoshimura drama pilot.
The Barry Levinson/Tom Fontana police drama "The Beat" premiered Tuesday to moderate Nielsen ratings, bringing more viewers to UPN but failing to make any real demo gains.
USA has locked up the basic-cable rights to the Warner Bros. sitcoms "Martin" and "Living Single" for a license fee that will add up to about $21 million for the two.
MTV is bulking up its "10 Spot" with six new series, including "MTV Cribs," which will take viewers on a tour of celebrities' homes.