The U.K. drama topper behind the successful revival of "Doctor Who" is to move to Los Angeles to work alongside Jane Tranter, executive VP of programming and production, BBC Worldwide America.
The BBC has received 239 complaints from viewers about an episode of flagship soap "EastEnders" that starred an all-black cast for the first time.
Finnish multihyphenate Ake Lindman died Tuesday after a long illness. He was 81. He was one of Finland's most successful and popular TV and film actors as well as a director, scribe and producer.
CBS is about to lock up its Monday-night comedy tentpoles for several more years.
Neil Patrick Harris has been tapped to host this year's TV Land Awards.
There won't be "Life on Mars" much longer.
Comcast-owned cable network G4 is set to launch a pop culture-themed investigative series.
"Wire" creator David Simon is in the midst of working on a drama pilot for HBO, New Orleans-set "Treme," but that doesn't mean he's not a keen-eyed reader of his alma mater, The Baltimore Sun. Once…
In the shadow of "Desperate Housewives" for its entire run, ABC sudser "Brothers and Sisters" proved it could stand on its own Sunday, locking up winning numbers with a special two-hour installment.
Lionsgate has been handed the keys and the deed to cabler TV Guide Network and the TV Guide Online biz after closing its $255 million purchase from Macrovision.
Lifetime's "Rita Rocks" will roll on to a second season.