Michael C. Hall's performance remains one of the juiciest on television.
Heather Locklear is reprising her signature role as scheming Amanda Woodward on its updated version of "Melrose Place," the CW network announced Tuesday.
On the opening night of the television season, a huge "House" lifted Fox to victory Monday while making life more difficult for new and returning shows on rival nets.
U.K. commercial net ITV has unexpectedly appointed a head of acquisitions, having previously said the post would remain vacant.
CBS is developing two more crime-themed hourlong projects: one from writer Peter Tolan ("Rescue Me") and another from scribe Ed Redlich ("Without a Trace").
Jon Turteltaub's Junction Entertainment has signed a two-year overall deal extension at CBS Television Studios to develop series for the Eye.
Archie Comics Publications has signed with CAA. The agency will seek to create branded entertainment opportunities in film and TV in much the way that it has for toymaker Mattel.
NBC's "ER" capped its farewell season on Sunday with a win in the drama directing category for helmer Rod Holcomb. Holcomb (pictured) deftly handled the series' two-hour closer, "And in the End,"…
ABC's frosh fantasy drama "FlashForward" has been picked up by 10 broadcasters in the Asia Pacific region across 44 countries.
The Television Critics Assn. will return to the Langham Hotel in Pasadena for its upcoming winter press tour but settle in at the Beverly Hilton next summer.