As two prominent Czech television journalists were reported kidnapped in Iraq on Monday, U.S. network news divisions and news nets continued to work together in unprecedented fashion to ensure the…
Here's a hint for President Bush: Don't apply for a job as network scheduler after your political career ends. You also may want to forget Simon Cowell's vote.
MGM and niche cabler IFC are using the simultaneous video-on-demand and DVD release of John Sayles' "Casa de los Babys" to solidify their VOD ties.
Sundance Channel has acquired two feature films and nine shorts by maverick animator Bill Plympton for broadcast in a May spotlight on the filmmaker's work.
ABC scored a rare nightly victory Sunday in key demos behind strong showings for the "Nick and Jessica Variety Hour" spec and hot reality skein "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition," according to…
Aliens have landed at USA. Cabler has picked up the sci-fi drama pilot "The 4400" to series. Project was ordered as a pilot plus five scripts from exec producers Rene Echevarria ("Dark Angel") and…
As the TV industry continues to question where the boys are, Nielsen Entertainment and videogame publisher Activision may have found the answer.
The WB has given early 2004-05 greenlights to its critically hailed dramas "Everwood" and "Smallville." Net had already cancelled "Angel" and locked in deals to bring back Aaron Spelling's "7th…
Joe Schmo is ready for an encore, and he's bringing Jane Schmo with him. Spike TV's top-rated original series, "The Joe Schmo Show," is set to return June 15, this time sending up reality…
The dark cloud over ABC's primetime Nielsen performance the past two seasons has spread its gloom to the National Basketball Assn. games on Sunday afternoons.
Hungry for a new generation of scripted series hits, NBC execs weren't taking any chances while casting their pilots this spring. As a result, Peacock recast an unusual number of thesps this season…