PBS and National Geographic Television have pacted to return "National Geographic Specials" to the network after the specials series aired on NBC for five years. Under the deal 12 one-hour…
NBC has said goodbye to another "ER" cast member and hello to the key sweeps race for younger viewers.
They're ruffling a few feathers at the Peacock next fall, adding three comedies, four dramas and a Saturday movie. Meanwhile, ABC and the WB are also inching closer to locking in 2000-01 skeds, with…
USA Network has canceled "La Femme Nikita," the weekly action hour that stands as one of the most successful firstrun series in the history of basic cable.
Steven Spielberg is exec producing "Anne Frank: The Whole Story," a three-hour telepic in the works at ABC. ABC is hoping to air the DreamWorks production in May 2001. Kirk Ellis ("Art of War") will…
Pax TV is in talks with NBC Studios to purchase the rights to the game show "Twenty One." NBC didn't renew the Maury Povich-hosted quizzer, the latest in a string of "Who Wants to Be a…
No. 2 U.S. Hispanic net Telemundo will acquire struggling Spanish-lingo femme channel Gems TV.
Cultish BBC sitcom "The Royle Family" was the only show to cop more than one trophy at the BAFTA TV awards Sunday night, in an event otherwise dominated by long-established tube talent.
"The Rosie O'Donnell Show" reprised last year's domination of the creative arts Daytime Emmy Awards by nabbing four statuettes, tying "Disney Presents: Bill Nye the Science Guy" and "One Life to…
Top-rated ABC today will unveil a fall gameplan that revolves around four hours of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" while adding one drama and three comedies.