Barack Obama looked so … presidential in his first live televised news conference. Where was the smirk? The pathetic attempts at humor? The wincing and squinting and squirming at tough questions? The…
Is there an end date in the future of "The Oprah Winfrey Show"? Depends on who you ask.
Good for Tina Fey. "30 Rock" was solid in its second outing of the season, indicating that the Emmy and biz darling is finally getting some traction. Post-election euphoria for at least 52% of…
CBS edged out ABC for the demo lead on Thursday, a night that saw NBC's comedy block cool off some and allow the Eye and Alphabet to gain ground in the middle hour. CBS won the night as usual in…
In a boardroom coup, Eugenio Galdon has been forced to step down as chairman of ONO, Spain's biggest cable operator.
Fox is feeling good about its new Tim Roth drama "Lie to Me." The net has given the show a plum post-"American Idol" slot on Wednesdays starting in January.
Mark Burnett Prods. has entered into a partnership with No Good TV, with plans for developing the popular, privately funded online video producer's content into traditional television series.
In what means the end of the road for the Firm, Jeff Kwatinetz resigned late Thursday from the management/production company he founded in 1997.
The Boy Wonder won't be flying into primetime after all. The CW and Warner Bros. TV have been forced to scrap their plans for "The Graysons."
Lifetime has cast LeAnn Rimes, Eddie Cibrian and Rosanna Arquette in the telepic "Northern Lights," the third of its four adaptations of Nora Roberts' novels that are slated for next year.
With the economy continuing to falter, at least one TV studio is already mandating production cuts -- while others aren't too far behind.