The head of CBC TV in Alberta has resigned, in part over radical cutbacks that are being considered by the public broadcaster.
After the dust settled from NBC's Thursday ratings explosion, the Peacock is left asking itself one simple question: Is it enough? Led by the best ratings ever for "Frasier" and its largest aud on…
Hal Sparks, the host of E! Entertainment's "Talk Soup," has flown the coop after one year. Sparks will concentrate on TV and film opportunities, while the E! show employs guest hosts before naming a…
Who wants to be an Emmy winner? ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" took home its first Emmy award on Friday night at the 27th annual Daytime Emmy Awards, winning for best gameshow.
Comedian Louie Anderson, who hosts "Family Feud," will emcee the annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards on June 17 at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
Digimon and Mickey keep pecking away at Pokemon in the Saturday-morning kids wars, while in latenight "Saturday Night Live" continues on a May sweeps roll.
In his first development deal for television, feature scribe Charles Randolph has inked a two-pilot pact with Twentieth Century Fox Television.
The race is on to get a biopic about Elian Gonzalez into the homes of TV viewers.
The USA Network has given 13-episode commitments to two offbeat half-hour comedies, "Manhattan, AZ" and "Kill, Kill, Kill." Both will hit USA's primetime schedule in July.
Unlike other network presidents, Sandy Grushow, chairman of the Fox Television Entertainment Group, is remarkably unfazed by the success of ABC's megahit "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
A clutch of new American TV shows with movie-like qualities could be a very good bet for foreign TV buyers. That's the hope, anyway, of the major Hollywood suppliers as they brace for the arrival of…