NBC's "Life" is a gritty, off-the-wall drama that dabbles in the deep and the deadpan.
Unfortunately, the series makes scant use of its undead hero's abilities, while burdening him with a clunky Raymond Chandler-style narration that mercifully subsides slightly in the second hour.
France Telecom has made its first tentative steps into broadcasting with the launch of IPTV service Orange Sports TV.
Discovery Channel and its Science Channel sibling have appointed Tom Cosgrove exec VP-chief operating officer of both networks. * * * Logo, the Viacom-owned cable net focusing on gays and lesbians…
FX is developing "Paranoid," an edgy thriller with themes of privacy and spying, from "Fight Club" scribe Jim Uhls.
Just as NBC's "The Office" and "30 Rock" are exiting iTunes, another laffer -- CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" -- is finally set to debut on Apple's video download service.
Station group Pappas Telecasting has launched the new Spanish-language network TuVision in five markets -- with plans to bring the web to Los Angeles next year.
The Hallmark Channel has commissioned "The Note," a holiday-themed TV movie to star Genie Francis and Ted McGinley and premiere on Dec. 8.
Microsoft will hit the tube in a big way to promote next week's launch of its vidgame "Halo 3."
I’m curious to finally see how Aaron Sorkin will handle the Birth of a Television saga on stage in his play "The Farnsworth Invention," which is set to begin its previews at Broadway’s Music Box…
AOL Video users will get a chance to view frosh ABC skeins like "Pushing Daisies" and "Cavemen" immediately after their premiere under a new deal sealed by the portal and Disney-ABC Television Group.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
- Oscars: With Historic ‘Moonlight’ Win, the Academy Embraces Empathy Over Escapism
- Oscar-Winner Casey Affleck Calls Denzel Washington ‘One of the First People Who Taught Me How to Act’
- Epic Oscars Mistake: Faye Dunaway, Warren Beatty Announce Wrong Best Picture Winner
- ‘La La Land’ Makes Damien Chazelle Youngest Best Director Winner in Oscars History