His former competitors awarded Yul Kwon, the "godfather" of "Survivor: Cook Islands," with the $1 million top prize Sunday by a 5-4 vote in a classic finale that pitted brains vs. brawn.
Mexico's new administration on Friday dashed the hopes of NBC Telemundo that the government would license a third national network any time soon.
Time Warner Cable won the first round of its ongoing lawsuit against DirecTV when a federal judge in New York on Thursday got DirecTV to stop running certain misleading ads.
ABC is performing some sked surgery in advance of the new year, dumping two skeins and making changes on three nights of the week.
Has "Casino Royale" revitalized the James Bond franchise? Just ask the USA Network, which has agreed to pony up a hefty $20 million for cable rights after spirited bidding by FX, Spike and TNT.
Warner Bros. has become the first film studio to invest in an outside vidgame publisher, buying a 10% stake in British company Eidos for $86.8 million.
Was it really just last year that NBC launched "Deal or No Deal" with a five-night trial around Christmastime, thus implanting the term "Open the case" into the pop-culture lexicon? Well, the net's…
TNT certainly presents a pretty package with its original holiday-themed movie "A Perfect Day," but a confounding plot twist and less-than inspired perfs make more of a gag gift than a real holiday…
"America's team" is hot, and so too are ratings for America's most popular sport. A return to glory for the Dallas Cowboys and a strong first season for a new Sunday night broadcast package…
For a crash course in modern media excess, look no further than the college football bowl season, whose Dec. 19 kickoff inaugurates a mind-boggling 32 games over an elongated three-week span.
Add to the latenight cram sessions and boozy "study breaks" another campus tradition: "Grey's Anatomy."