Fox's "American Idol" destroyed the competish again Wednesday with another of its audition segs, although the net fumbled away much of that aud an hour later with "Bones."
After more than two weeks of criticism, Oprah has changed her mind about James Frey. Host made the rare move of convening a new show today in which she berated the "Million Little Pieces" scribe and…
As TV's Clark Kent, Tom Welling can dodge bullets, but can he dodge the typecasting that has dogged nearly every other actor who has played the Man of Steel? "It's hard to escape the cape,"…
Style Network has tapped Elaine Brooks senior VP of development, with spearheading development of original programming among her responsibilities. Brooks comes to Style from Twentieth Television…
CBS Corp. on Wednesday approved a 14% increase in its quarterly dividend to 16¢ per share. Move is in keeping with the company's stated commitment to pay a dividend as high as or higher than Viacom's…
In turning one of the comic world's most venerable and long-lived superheroes into a teen icon, Mike Tollin and Brian Robbins say they used lessons learned back in their early days as partners…
Cartoon Network's Adult Swim has greenlit production on a second season of "The Boondocks." Cabler has ordered 20 new episodes of the skein from creator Aaron McGruder based on his comicstrip of the…
"Superboy" was the one-word sales pitch when the series that became "Smallville" was birthed, and comicbook aficionados could be forgiven if the title engendered less than complete enthusiasm.
There's one foe that all comicbook adaptations, bigscreen or small, have to face, one that is immensely powerful, supremely picky and hard to win over: the fans.
More powerful than your average series. Able to leap from comicbook to studio to network to homevideo at a single bound. Look! On the air! It's "Friends." It's "ER." No, it's "Smallville."
Beijingers may soon be able to catch up on their favorite skeins via their cell phones when China rolls out its first commercial "TV on the go" system in April, using South Korean technology.