Hit U.S. series "Without a Trace" trailed in the Gallic TV ratings Feb. 19, when the public tuned in to more gripping fare on TF1. It sounds improbable, but Gallic viewers are glued to political…
Taking a classic moment in Soviet war history -- the 1941-44 Leningrad blockade -- and reworking it for the screen was always going to be complicated.
"ER" hasn't flatlined, but the NBC vet's vulnerabilities have its competitors smelling blood. And a "Shark" appears ready to pounce.
The top echelon of pubcaster Czech Television has been haunted by political skeletons from the country's communist past.
PBS has had a crucial role in breaking a number of "adult" artists in recent years, most prominently Josh Groban and most recently the Celtic Woman band.
After nearly two decades, France's leading commercial web will have a new chief executive in Nonce Paolini. The 57-year-old topper of Corsican origin may have many years under his belt at TF1 parent…
Imagine for a moment, just the news. No commentators. No talking points. No anchors' desk. Indeed, no anchors. Now that all of cable news in the U.S. pursues a variation on the same formula of…
Hit Turkish skein "Valley of the Wolves: Terror" has been yanked only one episode into its new run following complaints the show could incite sectarian violence.
Leading Egyptian TV presenter Hala Sarhan has found herself in hot water following allegations that actresses posed as prostitutes on her popular chat show "Hala."
Just when Paul Haggis thought he was out of the TV business, NBC Entertainment president Kevin Reilly pulled him back in. The result is "The Black Donnellys," an Irish mob drama Haggis and his…
The popular '70s comic properties Creepy and Eerie will be developed for television and film by Gotham-based Submarine Entertainment and Grand Canal Film Works.