Legit thesp Roger Bart ("The Producers") has snagged a major role in the CBS comedy pilot from scribes Christopher Lloyd and Joe Keenan, while NBC has nabbed soon-to-be "Felicity" alum Greg Grunberg…
The TV academy has headed into the future, creating its first interactive TV Emmy award.
The Yankees Entertainment & Sports Network has landed a carriage deal with Comcast and its 900,000 subscribers in the New York area, leaving Chuck Dolan's Cablevision Systems Corp. as the only…
HBO has snapped up the film rights to Laura Blumenfeld's Middle East memoir "Revenge: A Story of Hope."
Thirteen/WNET is returning as producer of "The First Ten Awards: Tonys 2002," on June 2.
Bobby Knight likes to scream. Everybody familiar, even slightly, with the former basketball coach at Indiana U. is aware of his propensity for temper tantrums and obscenity-filled tirades, many of…
ABC is sentencing "The Chair" to the chair. On Wednesday, the Alphabet web pulled the plug on the John McEnroe-hosted quizzer after skein's disastrous first outing in a new Monday timeslot.
"The Osbournes" are ready to rock'n' roll for MTV. Series' bow Tuesday night nabbed a 2.8 rating (3.2 million households), the highest ever in channel's history for a new series premiere.
NBC's new Julia Louis-Dreyfus skein suffered some serious shrinkage in its second outing, while UPN's new Tuesday laffers gave the netlet little to smile about.
For the fifth straight sweeps, "Entertainment Tonight Weekend" has nabbed the top spot among weekly syndicated hours.
HBO is getting ready to put "Baseball Wives" into its series rotation, ordering eight episodes including the recently completed pilot.