France's top TV exec, Marc Tessier, extended a cultural olive branch to the United States on Tuesday as the France Television chairman donated more than 100 hours of French programming to the Museum…
Brian Lowry: Tuning In
The 24th American Film Market, the annual independent film market, has sold out of exhibition space ahead of the Feb. 25-March 3 event in Santa Monica.
California first lady Maria Shriver may have left NBC News on Tuesday, but not before signing a docu and specials deal with NBC proper.
Buoyed by the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, syndie strips "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" achieved new series highs.
Break out the Kleenex: Lifetime is bringing back "Queen for a Day," the classic gameshow weeper that riveted millions of daytime viewers from 1956 to 1964.
The most-watched Super Bowl in six years has jumpstarted the second half of the season in a big way for CBS, which is now lodged in a tight three-way battle for the 2003-04 lead among young adults.
Lost amid Fox's exultation over "American Idol" is the network's inability to get arrested with some pretty good recent sitcoms, from "Andy Richter Controls the Universe" to the "Arrested…
U.K. TV, Blighty's second biggest pay TV provider after Rupert Murdoch's BSkyB, is expanding its station lineup.
CBS and NARAS are going to extraordinary lengths to ensure Sunday's Grammycast goes off without any Janet Jackson-style shenanigans -- or Ms. Jackson herself. Eye and the recording academy will…
Fox rolled to a Monday victory in all key demos behind a special episode of "American Idol" and another strong showing for limited-run series "My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiance," according to preliminary…