Rapture, the youth-oriented niche TV channel owned by United Business Media, is being shut down.
There's no place like Fox for "The Hollidays": The net has given a half-hour put-pilot commitment to scribe Cheryl Holliday.
After initially avoiding any and all mention of terrorism in the wake of Sept. 11, network programmers and producers are slowly starting to deal with the topic again.
The Jinks/Cohen Co., Touchstone Television and writer Scott Lew have sold a pitch for an hour dramedy, "Floral Drive," at ABC.
In a deal worth well in excess of seven figures, NBC won a bidding war late Monday for "Mr. Ambassador," a sitcom idea by thesp Rupert Everett that will be developed as a comic vehicle for the "My…
CBS has made a fat put-pilot commitment to a half-hour laffer from scribes Marsh McCall ("Just Shoot Me") and Nia Vardalos ("My Big Fat Greek Wedding").
Hot off the premiere of his CBS drama "The Agency," filmmaker Wolfgang Petersen is close to sealing a two-year deal to continue producing TV programming for the Eye.
A trio of dramas bowed to promising ratings Sunday, with ABC's "Alias" looking the strongest and dominating its timeslot.
The 17th annual Mipcom, which unspools Oct. 8-12 in Cannes, may go down as the most disjointed in memory. The fall TV trade show -- arguably the most important gathering for the international…
NBC-owned Los Angeles TV station KNBC has tapped Kimberly Godwin to succeed Nancy Bauer-Gonzales as VP and news director for the station.
Actor Richard T. Jones has sued Fox Television, claiming the network promised to let him out of the television series "Judging Amy" if he became unhappy with the show but now refuses to do so.