A successful Thursday audition for "Just Shoot Me," combined with modest boosts from Wednesday's "3rd Rock From the Sun," Friday's "Homicide" and Saturday's "Bloopers," has kept NBC in firm control…
NBC's premiere of its new series "TV Censored Bloopers '98" averaged a respectable 8.5/15 in overnight markets Saturday at 8 p.m.
ESPN Latin America has become the first programmer to announce breaking the 10 million-home barrier in the Latino cable TV arena.
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Gaylord Entertainment Co. will shut down its money-losing country music cable network CMT Europe, but it remains committed to its CMT Asia-Pacific Rim and CMT Latin America operations, company…
CBS reached an agreement to extend its contract with the Southeastern Conference to broadcast its football and basketball games.
The story of President Clinton's alleged affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky and the resulting fallout inspired a whopping 229 stories collectively on the primary TV newsmagazines…
Attention area fire marshals — Bobcat Goldthwait is developing a variety show for cabler FX. Goldthwait, the comedian who faced arson charges after setting a chair on fire during a 1994 appearance on…
Twentieth Century Fox TV has sold two cast-contingent comedy pilots to CBS that were written and executive produced by Jeffrey Klarik.
Italy's political parties appointed a new board to manage pubcaster RAI late last week.
NBC is benching "Fired Up" and moving "NewsRadio" to Wednesday at 8 p.m. in March to make way for the midseason comedies "House Rules" and "For Your Love."
Buena Vista TV has renewed "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show" for a second season, having already cleared the weekly syndie offering in 73% of the country and 19 of the top 20 markets.