Fox's "House" and ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" were the top draws on the second Tuesday of the season, leading their respective nets to key demo victories, according to preliminary nationals from…
"Friends" alum Shana Goldberg-Meehan has snagged a production commitment from ABC for a half-hour laffer set in Washington, D.C. Project, from Warner Bros. TV, is based on Goldberg-Meehan's…
TBS, which received a ratings jolt from "Sex and the City" repeats, is adding another female to its flock. Cabler has quietly struck a deal with NBC Universal to repurpose "The Megan Mullally Show"…
Twentieth Century Fox TV is feeling groovy about "That '70s Show" scribe Kristin Newman, inking her to a two-year, seven-figure overall deal. Newman will create and develop original programming for…
Although played on potentially fertile turf, "The Game" feels pretty artificial and stages all its action near midfield. It's the kind of predictable attack meant strictly to hold the line…
FX and "Nip/Tuck" creator Ryan Murphy have made a deal for a new drama called "4 oz." that will follow the metamorphosis of a married sportswriter who is a transsexual. Murphy will exec produce with…
Forget Lonelygirl15: YouTube has spawned two new stars. Joe Bereta and Luke Barats, whose YouTube "channel" is one of the viral video site's most popular, are making the jump into television, inking…
Tuning In: As extreme makeovers go, it's hard to top the one television has engineered over the last several years -- a quantum leap from "boob tube" to "brain teaser."
Jimmy Kimmel will return as host of the 2006 American Music Awards for the third time. Beyonce, Josh Groban and nominees Mary J. Blige and Carrie Underwood are scheduled to perform at the ceremony.
After a limited run, "Geraldo at Large," which was rolled out nationwide Sept. 11, led all new nationally rated strips with a 1.6 rating in the week ended Sept. 17.