Animal Planet has greenlit "Hollywood Unleashed," a series about the relationship between celebs and their pets.
Despite the political turmoil undermining economic recovery in Indonesia, two TV networks plan to launch mid-year, bringing the number of privately owned webs to eight.
The Producers Guild of America has named Leeza Gibbons to host its 12th annual Golden Laurel Awards, to be held March 3 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles.
As all three networks struggle to lure viewers to longform events, NBC is now expected to eliminate its 20-year-old Sunday movie franchise and dramatically cut back telepic production next season.
Look for more backstabbing on ABC next season. The Alphabet web has picked up another round of "The Mole," the reality skein in which a group of contestants is forced to figure out who among them is…
The plot has everything -- a rich cast of characters, hidden motives, intrigue, personality clashes, politics and money. No, it's not a soap opera, it's the ongoing saga of free-to-air TV station iTV.
"The Patriot" lenser Caleb Deschanel shell-shocked the competition when he was awarded top honors for outstanding achievement in cinematography for a feature length film at the American Society of…
They're bargain-hunting for primetime soaps at Fox, which has picked up pilots for two low-cost sudsers, "American Soap" and "In the Weeds."
Ken Olin has said yes to "Say Uncle." The "thirtysomething" alum has snagged the lead role in the CBS comedy pilot from "Frasier" producer Jeffrey Richman and "Just Shoot Me" creator/exec producer…
Fox scored impressive victories in key demos Monday against tough competition, inching the net a bit closer to NBC for the sweeps month.
Television's megamergers were supposed to kill off the last of the small-screen independents. But in a Darwinian twist, a handful of minis have faced down the studio Goliaths -- and are thriving.