The firstrun syndication biz may be slowed at NATPE, but it isn't stalled. Big syndicators will jostle for several soon-to-be vacated slots, including those held by the soon-to-be-axed "Megan…
Yvonne De Carlo, the beautiful star who played Moses' wife in "The Ten Commandments'' but achieved her greatest popularity on TV's slapstick comedy "The Munsters,'' has died. She was 84.
BBC Worldwide has sold a "significant package" of more than 40 hours of drama, natural history and factual fare to Antipodean broadcaster TVNZ.
Hot medical mystery skein "House" was easily the top draw on Tuesday, lifting Fox to victory for the night in all key demo categories, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
One of ITV's longest serving executives has announced he is leaving the battling broadcaster — two days after the arrival of new executive chairman Michael Grade.
The Independent Film Channel is stretching its series legs, developing a crop of shows that aren't necessarily about the movie world.
The National Geographic Channel has commissioned a fourth season of "Taboo," its series about customs and rituals throughout the world, and made one of its most aggressive commitments to miniseries…
The movie swashbuckler "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" and its stars Johnny Depp and Keira Knightley led winners during Tuesday night's 33rd annual People's Choice Awards, hosted by…
Producer Steve Krantz died Thursday in Los Angeles from complications of pneumonia. He was 83. Husband of author Judith Krantz, he produced several of her novels for television.
Twentieth TV will launch gameshow "Temptation," in partnership with Fremantle North America, at next week's NATPE convention in Las Vegas.
A sardonic study in anomie from Croatian helmer Dalibor Matanic, "I Love You" is visually commanding but tonally uneven. Helmer-scribe Matanic's off-kilter style finds a fittingly moody centerpiece…