Adding to the woes of U.S. sitcom producers, U.K. terrestrial web Channel 4 is turning to homegrown comedies and reality shows to fill the void left by "Frasier," "Friends" and "Sex and the City."
ABC Family has ordered production on the half-hour comedy pilot "Breadwinners," from Gale Anne Hurd and Steve Tao.
ABC has turned controversy into opportunity, bringing back "Dancing With the Stars" finalists Kelly Monaco and John O'Hurley for a premiere week rematch.
Comedy Central has renewed FremantleMedia-produced gamer "Distraction" for a second season.
Hollywood's retained its title as the world's entertainment production capital thanks to TV rather than features. That's the key conclusion of a recent study by the Entertainment Industry Development…
The National Hockey League plans to create a Monday-night game of the week during the 2006-07 season for exclusive carriage by Comcast's Outdoor Life Network (OLN).
BBC America has engineered one of the biggest co-productions in its seven-year history, four-hour movie "Sharpe's Challenge" starring Sean Bean as a swashbuckling 19th century British officer.
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has accused Viacom's Infinity Radio of violating terms of its contract covering severance payments for 33 announcers at WCBS-FM, which switched…
Fox was kicking up its heels over Wednesday night's ratings bump for "So You Think You Can Dance," as the skein's finalists competed for the first time.
Comedian George Lopez will host the 2005 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Sunday, Sept. 11, from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
That the ratings for the Oscar telecast have waned in recent years doesn't seem to bother the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' 12,000 voting members. Since 1995, the film industry's top award…