Stuart Levine has been covering television and film for Variety since 1998. He writes about both the Emmy and Oscar races in excrutiating detail and is always willing to offer his opinion on who’ll…
Since the day News Corp.'s $5 billion bid for Dow Jones was made public -- by CNBC -- the upcoming launch of Fox's new business channel has been touted as the top strategic rationale for the deal.
Arriving amid a wave of nostalgia ranging from ESPN's "The Bronx is Burning" to Tom Brokaw's upcoming History Channel documentary "1968," VH1's "NY77: The Coolest Year in Hell" adopts an…
Cable's summer originals heatwave is not letting up. TNT and USA have handed out early second-season renewals to their hot frosh players.
A deluge shortly after dawn in Gotham flooded the control room of CBS's "Early Show" on Wednesday, forcing producers to relocate the show to a set across town less than an hour before its 7am air…
On a Nielsen scale of 1 to 10, the launch of CBS gameshow "The Power of 10" checked in at about a 7 on Tuesday night.
Spanish pubcaster TVE has pulled out of Eurojunior, the children's version of Europe's Eurovision Song Contest, in what's regarded as a protest at the competition's promotion of tween sex appeal.
ITV, the U.K.'s largest commercial broadcaster, reported a lower-than-expected drop in first-half operating profit on Wednesday amid signs that the web is fi-nally recovering from its ratings and…
Imagine's Brian Grazer has turned his fascination with the FBI into a TV show, landing a series commitment at Fox.
Ricky Gervais' character on the British incarnation of "The Office" may be an idiot, but the purveyors of his misadventures at BBC Worldwide America are proving a bit more shrewd.
TNT's $40 million, six-hour Cold War thriller "The Company" got off to a disappointing start in its two-hour premiere, managing to draw only 2.89 million viewers, 66.5% of whom were 50 or older.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions