Where once sci-fi TV featured clever but simple plots, men in rubber suits and models on wires, a new generation of genre shows is proving there's more to space than costuming and special effects.
Primetime will look a lot more like your neighborhood grocery store this fall.
The show can be summed up in three words: "Who shot J.R.?"
Ordinarily, TV viewers wouldn't think of pooling their cash to buy billboard space and ads in the trades in order to save a favorite program. Then again, as fans of "Once and Again" will tell you, it…
Joss Whedon is calling from hell.
The government has given the BBC the greenlight for a new £350 million ($542 million) cash facility to invest in commercial activities on top of the pubcaster's $310 million credit line.
CBS may soon be touched by a new project from Emmy-winning TV scribe John Masius ("Providence").
Kidvidder TV Loonland has slid into the red in the first half of 2002, with sales down by more than 50% as broadcasters tighten their belts.
In Demand, the dominant distributor of pay-per-view movies and events in the U.S., continues to build up its inventory of video-on-demand programs, signing a deal for VOD rights with Fox News and…
A London arbitration court began hearing arguments on Monday to determine the financial award the Czech Republic must pay Central European Media Enterprises for failing to protect its investments in…
The $65 billion that cable operators have shelled out since 1996 to rebuild their cable systems may finally be paying off.