Laura Ingraham, host of MSNBC's "Watch It," will move to primetime as a special correspondent covering Decision 2000 for MSNBC and NBC News.
After a disastrous fall, Fox may have finally found a ratings savior: "Malcolm in the Middle." The new family comedy bowed Sunday to Fox's largest premiere audience in a decade -- 22.44 million…
Hoping to avoid the traditional summer Nielsen nosedive, Fox Broadcasting is readying an aggressive warm-weather programming strategy highlighted by original episodes of at least six series -…
Cartoon Network is gearing up for Campaign 2000. The cable net is asking viewers to vote for their favorite cartoon character and has recruited former senator Bob Dole as a spokesman for Bugs Bunny.
Televisa will bow Cartoon Network original programming, beginning Jan. 10.
The MGM lion is ready to leap into syndication latenight with a NATPE slate that adds gameshow "Sex Wars" to its lineup. Additionally, Leo has named hosts for both "Sex" and upcoming talker "Chat…
CBS and Fox are expected to announce this week that they have come to separate agreements with the NAACP that will increase opportunities for qualified people of color in the network television…
NBC looks to be tightening its grip on Fridays, thanks to the successful arrival of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," while CBS shows promise of modest Saturday strides with OK premiere numbers…
The NFL is courting the MTV crowd with its game-time lineup, while the music cabler will reciprocate with an NFL-themed week of programming.
Paul Monash, whose credits date back to television's earliest years, has been named this year's winner of the Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award from the Writers Guild of America, West.
It's the TV phenomenon of the year -- yet "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and its gameshow spawn won't be eligible for any Primetime Emmy awards this September.