Tuning In: To the women behind me at "Ladder 49," the teenage girls at "Mr. 3000" and the couple at "The Manchurian Candidate," allow me to echo TV news' poet laureate, Bill O'Reilly.
Paced by a strong final two hours of primetime courtesy of "CSI: Miami" and laffers "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "Two and a Half Men," CBS scored a ratings victory on Monday, according to…
U.K. reality series "The Farm" is harvesting heartier ratings of late, but some observers are accusing broadcaster Five of being swine.
Veteran small-screen thesps Dana Delany and Jane Seymour have locked in guest gigs on a pair of high-profile dramas.
Fortitude Films has bought a full-service animation studio in Burbank, Calif., and tapped "The Simpsons" veteran Phil Roman to run it.
NBC is about to get hit by the Big One -- again. Peacock longform execs are developing a sequel to last May's earthquake mini "10.5," which scored boffo ratings on the Nielsen scale and ended up the…
Veteran tenpercenter Aaron Kaplan will no longer serve as co-head of network television for the William Morris Agency, insiders confirmed Monday.
NBC has dumped the season finale of "Last Comic Standing." Instead, Comedy Central will bow the finale, which crowns the winner and awards him a cash prize of $250,000, on Oct. 16.
Rocky Carroll ("The Agency") has sealed a talent deal with Touchstone TV to develop a starring vehicle. No project is attached yet, but Touchstone is looking at comedy and drama options for the actor…
Comedy Central has recruited yet another exec from USA Network. Cabler has tapped former USA exec VP-general manager Michele Ganeless to serve in the same capacity at the laffer net. She fills the…
Democratic politicians and consumer groups are outraged over the plan by 62 TV stations owned by the Sinclair Broadcasting Group to carry a primetime documentary attacking Sen. John Kerry.