"Survivor" million-dollar winner Richard Hatch is eyeing a much bigger race: He has signed with the Creative Artists Agency, management firm Pure Arts and publicist Polaris PR. Hatch, who Wednesday…
Like a latter day Captain Ahab circling the big catch, the folks that are determined to launch video-on-demand as the next big thing for American consumers have been warily eyeing the Los Angeles TV…
Talk about lowered expectations: Don Ohlmeyer, executive producer of "Monday Night Football," says the show may be headed for record-low Nielsen ratings this season.
The U.K.'s Channel 5 may receive more cash for programming from its owners to enable it to move upmarket.
Hollywood square Tom Bergeron has been tapped to host the upcoming Fox reality special "Since You've Been Gone."
As new syndie shows for the 2000-01 TV season begin to launch, a look back at the 1999-2000 season reveals that "Oprah" has reclaimed the talkshow title.
It's love at first sight for NBC and Chuck Lorre: The Peacock has made a big bucks, 13-episode on-air commitment to a new romantic comedy from the "Dharma & Greg" creator. Agreement reps Lorre's…
Among the French, there continues to be widespread disapproval of voyeuristic reality shows like "Big Brother." But formats make money. And following the massive success of "Who wants to Be a…
Former execs of HTV, the ITV network station for Wales and west England, are reportedly preparing a £450 million ($675 million) offer for the company if and when it comes up for sale.
Pay TV giant Canal Plus will snub the ceremony for Les Sept d'Or, the French equivalent of the Emmy Awards, for the first time since the awards began in 1985. Canal Plus said it was not happy with…
Fresh off its pact with Coca-Cola this summer to be chief sponsor for the drama "Young Americans," the WB is considering a refill at the beverage stand.