Comedy Central has ordered 20 additional episodes of "Crank Yankers," after airing just five segs of the primetime series.
Showtime has signed Richard Dreyfuss and Judy Davis to star in an original movie called "Coast to Coast" to be directed by Paul Mazursky.
Former Fox exec VP of programming David Nevins has joined Imagine Entertainment as the new head of its TV unit, where his marching orders will be to develop more comedy skeins.
Nickelodeon is reviving "Wild & Crazy Kids," one of its most successful series of the early 1990s, as a weekly event this summer.
The satellite buzzards of DirecTV are circling Adelphia's wounded cable systems in Los Angeles. DirecTV has engineered a full-court press on the 1.2 million-plus Los Angeles-area subscribers of…
The Gotham-based Ad Council on Monday announced a series of television PSAs harking back to the patriotic and propaganda-friendly newsreels of WWII.
Fox News has signed "Your World" anchor Neil Cavuto to a new contract that will keep him at the cabler for another five years.
TV Record has made major changes in upper management including the appointment of Bishop Clodomir dos Santos Matos to the No. 2 executive post.
Director-producer Arthur Forney has sealed an exclusive two-year deal with Wolf Films.
Court TV has renewed "Dominick Dunne's Power, Privilege & Justice" for another seven hourlong episodes, following the record ratings racked up by the docu series in its first two runs.
One of Europe's most ambitious film/TV studio projects -- Spain's Ciudad de la luz (Light City) -- finally looks set to see the light of day, thanks to political backing.