"Chaos" is a CBS dramedy that looks to cull both humor and a sense of adventure from the spooky doings of the CIA.
As the calendar turns from March to April, the networks' chances of finding a breakout hit this season would appear to have evaporated.
Business is looking up for Brazil's independent TV producers, thanks to a small but rapidly expanding number of pay TV channels owned by local and international companies, all hungry for local…
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Though Sean McManus didn't follow in his father's footsteps as an on-air broadcaster, there are certain parallels in their lives, not the least of which is that as primal as television news can be…
For CNN, another international crisis means another opportunity -- until, of course, it doesn't.
A buoyant Mipdoc, Europe's sales mart for documentaries, kicks of its 13th edition in Cannes on April 2, with more execs set to attend than 2010 and an expanded program.
Rocker Bret Michaels is suing CBS and the producers of the Tony Awards over the head injury he sustained performing at the event.
Katie Couric is likely to exit her post on "The CBS Evening News" when her contract ends in June to develop a syndicated program, a source familiar with the negotiations says.
Congratulations, Conan O'Brien. You are the most "influential" TV star on Twitter, according to research conducted by Twitalyzer and commissioned by The New York Times. That's "influential" in quotes…
The Writers Guild of America West's board of directors and the Writers Guild of America East's council have voted unanimously to send the new tentative three-year contract with the congloms to the…
Suzanne Patmore-Gibbs, executive vice president of scripted creative, at ABC Entertainment Group is exiting as part of shakeup at the division, the network confirmed Friday.