Flat is good at the Big 4 networks, which managed to stem the erosion a bit this February sweeps. With ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" still kicking serious Nielsen butt, the major webs'…
The 600-pound gorillas at Fox have apparently stopped "Spawn" creator Todd McFarlane from aping one of the studio's classic franchises.
Hearst Entertainment has pinned down key NBC O&Os clearance deals in L.A. and Gotham for upcoming lifestyle series "Famous Homes and Hideaways," which now looks solid for a launch in the fall.
The BBC has sold all 365 episodes of "Teletubbies" to Russian pubcaster RTR, the first time the entire kids TV series has been licensed in one go.
Style wins a happy victory over substance in the A&E Original Nero Wolfe mystery "The Golden Spiders." Superb acting, stylish design and perfect pacing from director Bill Duke more than compensate…
It may be based on the factual life of an FBI family, but USA's "Cover Me" is hardly grounded in reality. Implausible at every turn, the cable net's new one-hour dramedy misses more than it hits…
Satcaster BSkyB and California-based TiVo have formed an alliance to bring the latter's video recorders to the U.K., the first international market to receive the state-of-the-art machines.
France's television regulatory body, the Conseil Superieur de l'Audiovisuel (CSA), is coming under increasing fire over its decision to allow Internet sites, including those devoted to cinema, to…
Japanese web Fuji TV will launch a service in April to deliver about 10 hours of programming a day via satellite to broadcasters in neighboring Asian countries.
The Screen Actors Guild on Friday will auction off all rights to the former syndie actioner "Dream Team." Series folded with the producer owing actors hundreds of thousands of dollars to its thesps…
HBO follows up its highly successful 1996 abortion-themed anthology, "If These Walls Could Talk," with a winning trilogy of short films under the same umbrella moniker, this time about the changing…