Broadcaster CTV unveiled a 2002-03 programming lineup Monday in Toronto that included 10 new U.S. series, as well as homegrown fare led by the latest from Alliance Atlantis, "The Eleventh Hour."
Elaine Stritch was no match for Shaq and Kobe, as the Tony Awards dropped to its lowest performance ever and the NBA's Western Conference Finals Game 7 scored a slam-dunk. Winner Stritch, who made a…
NBC execs were prouder than a peacock Monday, as the net wrapped up its upfront sales with a record take near $2.7 billion. That's a new best for any broadcast net and up almost $800 million from the…
HBO has set 9 p.m. July 21 as the new time for what promises to be one of the biggest TV events of the summer: the season premiere of Emmy-winning laffer "Sex and the City."
Showtime's highest-rated -- and most controversial -- weekly series, "Queer as Folk," has landed a two-year renewal, encompassing 32 hourlong episodes.
Fox has given a midseason pickup to the Simon West actioner "Keen Eddie" and is also moving closer to ordering a backup laffer starring Wanda Sykes ("The Chris Rock Show.")
It was only nine years ago, but it seems like forever since "NYPD Blue" premiered on ABC. The show was a lightning rod upon its debut: both for critics, who said it was a breakthrough achievement in…
While the TV Acad spends Sept. 22 patting itself on the back at the 54th annual Prime Time Emmy Awards, it will be a work night for "The Sopranos."
You can wrap it in a beautiful box, take out a ton of trade ads and even create a multimedia event to gain awareness, but without positive word of mouth, any show will have a difficult time earning…
After having to cancel last fall's Emmy Awards twice -- the second time just hours before airtime -- it wouldn't have been surprising if the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and broadcast…
The Emmycast doesn't command the kind of large license fee its film and music counterparts pull in -- and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences wants to do something about it.