Almost a year after joining E! Networks, prexy-CEO Ted Harbert has unveiled a refreshed look, tag -- "We love it too" -- and slate of new series that expand the entertainment cabler's focus on the…
Emotions always run high in the days leading up to the network upfronts, but this weekend saw an unusual degree of behind-the-scenes drama play out in the TV biz. The up-and-down relationship between…
NBC seems likely to stress stability over sizzle when it outlines its fall sked to advertisers today. Peacock kept a tight lid on details over the weekend, but based on the shows the net has greenlit…
A fast-growing demo with increasing economic muscle will be the common theme at this week's upfront pitches by the three U.S. Spanish-lingo broadcasters. Market leader Univision Communications, NBC…
PBS led all nets with nine nods at the National Television Academy's 32nd annual Creative Craft Daytime Emmy Awards, presented during simultaneous ceremonies Saturday in New York and Los Angeles. ABC…
CBS, on pace to win the May sweep in adults 25-54 and total viewers, is keeping the pressure on Fox in the key 18-49 demo as well after notching Thursday and Friday victories to kick off the third…
Fox weekend anchor Rita Cosby has signed with MSNBC to host a weekday show, likely airing at 11 p.m. in a spot currently held by a taped rebroadcast of "Hardball With Chris Matthews."
By Zeus, the prince of power hath fallen upon hard times. NBC slashed a quarter from what was to be a two-part, four-hour presentation, and excising another would at least remove most of the moments…
AMC's "Sunday Morning Shoot-Out" focused its guns on the business of Cannes during interviews with several movers-and-shakers on the Croisette Sunday.
It wasn't dollar signs that lured World Wrestling Entertainment back to its old USA stomping grounds. WWE brass were wooed by old-fashioned teamwork.
TV topper David Gyngell won't be joining colleagues on the annual pilgrimage to the LA Screenings this week -- he's gone surfing in Australia's beautiful Byron Bay instead.