Kevin Reilly is sick and tired of being in fourth place. The NBC entertainment president, who met with reporters Friday at the TV Critics Assn. press tour, promised a turnaround is afoot at the…
Music network Fuse is making its first foray into musicvideo-free programming. Cabler has greenlit 10-episode sketch comedy "The Whitest Kids U Know" and hybrid reality-mockumentary "The P.A.,"…
The network of "NYPD Blue" is looking to return to the cop beat -- this time on the left coast. ABC has snatched up an untitled character-based procedural drama about rookie cops from scribe Jeff…
The BBC has nabbed exclusive rights to ABC's Sept. 11 miniseries, "The Path to 9/11," which charts events from the 1993 World Trade Center bombings to the 2001 attack. Pubcaster plans to screen the…
NBC laughed its way to four TV Critics Assn. Awards Sunday, dominating the 22nd annual kudos thanks to young laffers "The Office" and "My Name Is Earl."
"NBA Zhi Zao" ("Made in the NBA"), a new weekly magazine show on NBA basketball and entertainment culture, debuted in China on Saturday.
Spanish broadcaster Telecinco has reupped with Zeppelin TV, owned by Endemol Espana, for three more seasons of "Big Brother." A reality TV specialist, Zeppelin will produce Spanish version "Gran…
The world is getting another ABC, this time Arab Business Channel, which is ready to launch a 24/7 network according to ABC CEO Saleh Zaitoon.
South Korean regulators said they have resolved a long-standing dispute over Internet Protocol TV, which should clear the way for the launch of the technology.
The dozen writers on "America's Next Top Model" have gone on strike over the refusal of the fledgling CW network to give in to their demand for a Writers Guild of America contract.
The Senate Appropriations Committee smiled on the Corp. for Public Broadcasting by approving a $400 million fiscal 2007 budget that includes funds previously cut in the House. But pubcasters still…