For a second-straight sweeps month, NBC has followed a big multiple-parter success with a flop. This time, it's "The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer," which limped Sunday to a little more than one-third…
Days after Televisa CEO Emilio Azcarraga Jean seemed y to have solved two years of ownership troubles by closing a debt-for-equity swap, shareholder infighting has broken out all over again.
CBS Prods. has inked a three-year deal with the Reader's Digest Assn. to produce and distribute telefilms and miniseries based on the magazine's articles.
NBC's dominant Thursday lineup continues to perform sluggishly in the May sweeps, keeping the competition's faint hopes alive that the Peacock web can still be beaten for the month.
Rhea Perlman and "Boy Meets World's" Will Friedle and Matt Lawrence have signed to star in "H-E-Double Hockey Sticks," an ABC adaptation of Lucas Foss' 1965 opera "Griffelkin."
April Oliver, one of the CNN producers fired after the news cabler retracted its "Valley of Death" Operation Tailwind report last summer, filed suit against her former employer on Friday.
Actress Dana Plato, a child star of the TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes," who later descended into drug abuse and trouble with the law, has died of an apparent overdose, police said Sunday.
Once a huge yet sleepy presence in Latin America, giant Spanish pubcaster Radio Television Espanola (RTVE) has overhauled its strategy for the region, aiming to become one of the subcontinent's most…
Veteran CNN anchor Jim Moret is close to inking a new multiyear deal with the all-news cabler.
Kate Jackson has reunited with producer Aaron Spelling to star in an updated version of "Satan's School for Girls," a telefilm for ABC-TV.
Food Network announced it will launch nine series in July, including "Good Eats," a show starring filmmaker Alton Brown.