Munich-based Tele Munchen has inked deals with Hollywood majors Warner Bros., Disney, Universal and Paramount.
Alternative medicine guru Andrew Weil, M.D., will host a weekly half-hour primetime series called "Integrative Medicine: Body, Mind & Spirit" on cable's America's Health Network, beginning in…
Jane Seymour, Bruce Davison and A Martinez are starring in "Ties That Bind," a CBS telefilm that has begun production in L.A.
NBC's latest high-brow Sunday telefilm, "The Tempest," failed to achieve much Nielsen velocity, but the Peacock is nevertheless emerging from another dreary Sunday with a weeklong victory in adults…
Home Box Office has its sights trained on its first original musical, "Trigger Happy," a comedic look at gun control.
Outdoor Life Network will focus more on environment/conservation issues since it signed a deal with Crisman Films for five one-hour documentaries.
Time Warner Cable of New York City has raised the ire of the Big Apple's religious leaders by announcing it will drop the multi-denominational Odyssey Channel from its lineup.
Rupert the bear is replacing Franklin the turtle as CBS and Nickelodeon tinker with their kidvid skeds.
Lew Grade, Britain's larger-than-life TV and film mogul, died early Sunday morning in a London hospital. He was 91.
TNT, home to one of the highest-rated of the weekly wrestling series on television, has signed wrestler Sting to star in a made-for-cable movie called "Shutter Speed."
"Family Guy" + post-Super Bowl timeslot + "The Simpsons" with Rupert Murdoch guesting = Fox's Jan. 31 game plan for launching what the web hopes will be its next big animated sitcom.