"Cavemen" and "Carpoolers" opened respectably on Tuesday in the 8 p.m. hour. It’s always a tough assignment for two new shows to lead off the night, especially for shows that have been beaten up…
Endemol International, the global entertainment specialist whose properties include "Big Brother" and "Deal Or No Deal," is to launch a new company in the Middle East.
U.K. media regulator Ofcom has warned that just 17% of children's programs on British TV are now homegrown.
As the last of the summer series dies like the flame on crepes suzette, Season Pass will be there to bask in the stunted speech of Padma, the raised eyebrows of Tom Colicchio, the "who me?"…
The Casting Society of America has announced the 2007 nominees for the Artios Awards, an annual ceremony that honors achievements in casting.
"Everybody Hates Chris’" mom and dad, Terry Crews and Tichina Arnold (pictured left), were in D.C. on Friday for a screening of the series third-season opener held as part of the Congressional Black…
The last network out on Saturday mornings, the CW is turning off the lights. The CW announced late Tuesday it will shut down the nearly 13-year-old Kids' WB! franchise at the end of this season and…
Fox News Channel has finished another dominating quarter in cable news, but the growth story continues to be MSNBC, up 53% in primetime from a year ago on the strength of its 8 p.m. anchor "Countdown…
ABC has been struck by Cupid's arrow again. Net has pacted with scribe Rob Thomas to develop a new version of "Cupid," the short-lived but well-regarded Jeremy Piven starrer about a man who thinks…
HBO has acquired rights to Stuart Taylor Jr. and K.C. Johnson's book "Until Proven Innocent: Political Correctness and the Shameful Injustices of the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case."
Looking to further beef up its comedy roster, Sony Pictures Television has inked a two-year, seven-figure overall deal with helmers Joe and Anthony Russo ("Arrested Development").