A Dutch government white paper on the cable industry issued late last week is expected to trigger a bitter regulatory fight when it comes up for a vote in Parliament next month.
Producer Dick Wolf's drama war-horse "Law & Order" will remain on NBC through spring 2005 as part of a blockbuster long-term renewal deal with Studios USA Television.
The MPAA has given Showtime's "Dirty Pictures," which centers on the 1990 obscenity indictment involving a Robert Mapplethorpe photography exhibit, an R rating. The pic's initial rating had been…
The 2000 Primetime Emmys nomination deadline for programs that aired during sweeps between 6 p.m. and 2 a.m. from April 1 through May 31 is Friday.
With the May sweeps kicking off tonight, ABC's monster smash "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" continues to terrorize all competition in its path. But the Beast That Conquered Network TV may be…
In their first public comments about gay activists' protests against upcoming yakker "Dr. Laura," Paramount execs said they stand firmly behind the show, which they plan to debut Sept. 11.
"Action," the darkly satirical comedy series that was axed from Fox early this season, will return to the Fox family this summer.
Fox Family Channel has ordered 13 episodes of "The Fearing Mind," a one-hour drama from Jim Henson Television set to premiere in primetime on the cabler this fall.
Former "Ellen" and "Roseanne" scribe Lawrence Broch has inked to write and produce an angst-filled animated soap called "S#!t Happens" for teen girl Web site Voxxy.com.
Thesps Sean Patrick Flanery, Roy Scheider and Alyssa Milano will topline the four-hour miniseries "Diamond Hunters," which begins shooting in South Africa May 15.