Macaulay Culkin is checking into NBC's Conan O'Brien-produced "Foster Hall." Culkin's casting headlines a busy day on the network development front.
Vanessa Redgrave has inked a three-episode arc on FX hit drama "Nip/Tuck."
Showtime's getting in with the cool crowd. Pay cabler has pacted with Jay Blumenfield and Tony Marsh ("Family Business") ordering a pilot for the net tentatively titled "Make Me Cool," a comedic…
Comcast is connecting with Gemstar-TV Guide in a deal to jointly develop an interactive program guide. Cable operator is also paying Gemstar a $250 million lump sum for a long-term license agreement…
A technical flaw promises to have a real impact on KNBC's February sweeps ratings.
MTV Networks, buoyed by positive talks with top cable operators, has begun stepping up the planning for Outlet, a 24-hour network aimed at gays and lesbians.
The nets spread around the wealth on the first Monday of the February sweep, with NBC's "Fear Factor" achieving record ratings and CBS drama "CSI: Miami" posting the best numbers since its series…
Keeping the kids plugged in will be one of the trends at Toy Fair 2004, which starts Sundayat the Javits Center and showrooms in Gotham.
Nielsen EDI has tapped three execs to help lead the biz's expansion. Senn Moses, prexy of cinema and home entertainment division, made the announcement Monday.
Twentieth Television has cleared CBS sitcom "Yes, Dear" across 67% of the country for off-net syndication.
Fox, riding the "American Idol" wave, and CBS, with a big finishing kick courtesy of the Grammy Awards, split the week's key ratings categories as the February sweep got under way.