The BBC's Queen Elizabeth II docu, promos for which contained faked footage that appeared to show the British monarch walking out of a photo shoot in a huff, will air in the U.K. before Christmas.
The first Sunday in November produced some impressive ratings at the major nets, with a hefty football overrun helping "The Amazing Race" start well for CBS, while ABC's "Desperate Housewives"…
The chant of the pickets gathered outside Paramount's iconic main gate said it all: "Why are we standing outside this gate? 'Cause we got screwed in '88!"
And so it begins, the shutdown scenario no one wanted to see. Sunday’s marathon talks between writers and producers couldn’t move the sides close enough together to prevent the pickets from going up…
Russian therapy format "To Understand and Forgive" looks to be heading West after Zodiak Vostok inked a deal with France's A Prime Group to co-produce two pilot episodes.
ABC News and Disney ABC Intl. Television have inked with fledgling Swiss-American IPTV combo, Zattoo, to distribute the ABC News Now channel in Germany, Spain and Belgium.
CMT has purchased 11 hourlong episodes of "Can You Duet?," a new reality competition show from "American Idol" producer FremantleMedia.
ESPN is the latest media company bringing its content to the mostly young male aud of Microsoft's Xbox Live.
Once a WGA walkout begins, B.J. Novak -- a writer and a star of NBC's hit comedy "The Office" -- will face a very tough choice.
Latenight talkers, daytime sudsers and primetime multicam laffers will feel the pinch first, once TV writers hit the picket lines.
Cartoon Network alum Bob Higgins has joined San Francisco-based kidvid and animation house Wildbrain, home of the Nick Jr. hit "Yo Gabba Gabba," as its head of creative.