The future of independent television in Russia hangs in the balance after a mass exodus of staff from local player NTV followed the forced take-over of company offices in the early hours of Saturday…
Spanish-lingo net Telemundo said talker "Laura en America" was the top-rated show among adults 18-34 in its slot in key U.S. markets during the most recent February sweeps period, Jan. 29-Feb. 25.
TNT has greenlit production on "Framed," a psychological thriller starring Rob Lowe. "Chocolat" producers David Brown and Kit Golden will exec produce, along with Lynda La Plante ("Prime Suspect")…
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Masterchef1Rating: 2.0 Share: 7 Viewers (Millions): 5.7 Network: FOX
American Ninja Warrior
American Ninja Warrior2Rating: 1.9 Share: 6 Viewers (Millions): 4.0 Network: NBC
Under The Dome
Under The Dome3Rating: 1.5 Share: 5 Viewers (Millions): 7.2 Network: CBS
The Emmy tribe has spoken: CBS will not be able to submit both "Survivor" and "Survivor: The Australian Outback" as separate programs for awards consideration.
Crown Media Holdings will shell out about $820 million to buy 700 titles from the Hallmark Entertainment miniseries and telepic library, which includes high-rated minis such as "Gulliver's Travels,"…
The integration of digital TV and the Internet has received another boost in Japan. A government research panel last week released a report on new digital broadcasting technology that will allow…
In another time and place, "Weakest Link" would be another novelty attraction. Today, however, it's NBC's savior, an already tested mixture of ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and CBS'…
Oscar coverage and the end of the NCAA men's basketball tournament worked together to boost ratings perfs for syndicated magazine shows during the week ending April 1.
ABC and the National Football League failed to reach agreement on a less rigid schedule that would have funneled more playoff-bound teams to "Monday Night Football" toward the end of the 2001 season…
Disputing fair use of the rights to superhero characters from the "X-Men" franchise, 20th Century Fox and Marvel Enterprises filed lawsuits against each other in a Gotham federal court last week.