After a two-year search for a new home, Food Network will relocate to Gotham's Chelsea Market in summer 2004.
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has extended its deadline through July 11 to submit entries for its American Scene Awards.
Paramount has pinkslipped Big Ticket TV. The production shingle, responsible for skeins such as syndicated megahit "Judge Judy" and UPN laffer "The Parkers," will be folded into the mother ship in…
It wouldn't be a TV season without Ted McGinley, who has joined the cast of ABC's "Hope & Faith."
Mystery solved: Friday's Season Two premiere of "Monk" made off with 5.4 million viewers, making it the highest second-season premiere for a scripted series on basic cable.
Plural Entertainment has inked its first deal for an original, made-for-U.S. Hispanics series with leading Spanish-lingo broadcaster Univision.
Proving himself to be the substitute anchor with staying power, CNN's Anderson Cooper has been handed his own evening news show.
"Harry Potter" publisher Scholastic Entertainment has lost its case against the Fox Entertainment Group over kiddie TV series "Goosebumps."
Repercussions from the closure of Russia's last independent national channel TVS continue, with many disputing the legality of Press Minister Mikhail Lesin's order to pull it at midnight Saturday.
As "Big Brother" contestants in the U.K. and South Africa swap houses, the lone white contestant in paycaster M-Net's pan-African version of "Big Brother" has sparked public debate about who can call…