USA Network will pony up about $23 million total for the first plays of "The Dukes of Hazzard" in the network window and second plays of six other Warner Bros. titles, including "Terminator 3,"…
The NFL Network continues its drive toward the end zone, signing a carriage deal with EchoStar's Dish Network that will add 7.5 million households to the network's subscriber count.
The I-Academy is going interactive. The International arm of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is creating three Emmy Award categories for interactive television as well as a Pioneer Prize…
HBO's "Deadwood" gave ABC's rookie sensations an early run for their money Sunday, nabbing five trophies at the 2005 Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
Demi Moore squeezes past and present will unite on an episode of "That '70s Show" this November, as Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher team up on camera for the first time.
Court TV has decided to embrace the feature-length documentary, committing to buy up to six of them each year.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will serve as the grand marshal of this year's Hollywood Christmas Parade, commencing Nov. 27 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.
Sony TV prexy Steve Mosko is slated to receive the Jewish Television Network's 13th annual Vision Award.
The Art Designers Guild has tapped two-time Oscar nominee John B. Mansridge as recipient of its Lifetime Achievement Award.
Live from New York, it's Bill Hader and Andy Samberg. Hader, a member of Second City's Los Angeles troupe, and Samberg, a part of writer-performer collective the Lonely Island, will join NBC's…