Robert Warnes Leach, a journalist and screenwriter who wrote for "Perry Mason," and other 1950s and 1960s TV series, died in Laguna Beach, Calif. on March 30 after a long illness. He was 93.
Right off the bat, Ozzy's here to break down the odd nature of "Survivor" ethics, which basically seem to consist of "dance with the one what brung ya." And Erik, whose ass was barely saved by Ami…
Fox won the night Thursday behind the strength of "American Idol" and "Don't Forget the Lyrics!" while CBS remained competitive with solid performances from its crime dramas. NBC saw the return of…
Telecom Italia, which controls Italo TV networks La7, MTV Italia and QOOB, should merge with Spanish telco Telefonica, according to a major shareholder, fueling speculation that has reached fever…
BBC Worldwide has unveiled a host of sales on its major new skein "Earth: The Power of the Planet," a five-part HD series that looks at the Earth's formation over 4.5 billion years.
All season long, Deborah had been portrayed as the one to beat on NBC’s chart-busting "MILF Island." But in the unprecedented tri-elimination finale, who would have thought that the Deborah-Deborah…
Crown Publishers has ponied up $3 million for a book trilogy by "Heroes" creator Tim Kring.
Christopher Williams has been appointed VP, commercial & network development Asia Pacific, Global Networks, by NBC Universal.
Celestial Pictures will see two of its movie channels added to Hong Kong pay-TV platform Now TV from Tuesday.
Oscar winner Marcia Gay Harden is back at CBS, while thesp Donal Logue has joined the cast of HBO's biker pilot "1%."
Turner Broadcasting's Tru TV has named Darren Campo to the top programming job.