Fox's top programming team Tuesday delivered a state of the web address which, if it were a movie, might carry the title "That Was Yesterday, This Is Now."
Score one for the freaks and geeks: NBC has picked up an additional four episodes of the frosh DreamWorks dramedy "Freaks and Geeks."
David Letterman's endless rantings have paid off: Hillary Clinton has been booked on his CBS yakker "Late Show."
Cable movies dominated the longform categories in the Writers Guild of America nominations for best writing, taking seven of eight noms in the original and adapted groups.
St. Amos Prods. is lining up a full house of telepics now that company founder John Stamos has inked telepic projects with NBC, the Disney Channel and the Fox Family Channel.
In a blockbuster deal worth upwards of $20 million, megascribe Michael Crichton has inked with Artists Television Group to write and exec produce an hourlong drama series for Fox Broadcasting -- his…
Happy, happy, joy, joy: Offbeat animator and "Ren and Stimpy" creator John Kricfalusi is developing a new half-hour animated skein with Fox Kids Network for fall 2000.
Primetime's great gameshow glut has arrived, but the only real surprise in initial Nielsens is the continued growth of ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," despite the distraction of three…
The partnership between Imagine TV topper Tony Krantz and Imagine's Ron Howard and Brian Grazer has inked a new three-year overall production deal with 20th Century Fox Television that will go into…
Not only will the megamerger between AOL and Time Warner be the buzz at the upcoming NATPE convention in New Orleans, but an impressive array of new media companies are set to make a splash there.
Televisa will bow Cartoon Network original programming, beginning Jan. 10.