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Pumping fresh blood into its seventh season, CBS' "Diagnosis Murder" has tapped Chris Abbot the show's newest executive producer, and added five other staffers.
Fox News Channel is developing an hourlong primetime news/interview program for anchor Paula Zahn. Show is slated to run weeknights at 10 p.m., filling the timeslot occupied by soon-to-depart anchor…
The New York Knicks' valiant playoff run is over, leaving NBC with the lowest Nielsen average for an NBA Finals since 1981.
Rupert Murdoch's FX cable network has bought the first broadcast play of three Paramount theatricals: "A Simple Plan," "Election" and "Dead Man on Campus."
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