TBS will begin production this month on the cabler's next two original telefilms, "Nowhere to Land" and "Sinkhole," both slated for 2000.
After ABC News' "Nightline" bowed out Thursday, Fox News Channel nabbed the rights to present "The Republicans: A New Hampshire Forum," the first live event featuring all six Republican presidential…
With less than a month to go before VH1's tentpole kudocast, "The VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards," bows on the cabler, company execs have tapped Heather Locklear and musician-producer Sean "Puffy" Combs to…
Viewer's Choice, the dominant pay-per view distributor in the U.S., has scored a multiyear deal with the National Hockey League that will bring the league's "Center Ice" package to digital-cable…
Interest in "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" may be finally plateauing, but at lofty levels, and not before the hit ABC gameshow pulled off an historic Thursday upset.
Columbia TriStar Television has signed scribes Jack Amiel and Michael Begler to a two-year overall deal.
The success of ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" has forced the networks to get real this November -- and fast. After four days, "Millionaire" has averaged a 14.2 Nielsen rating and 22 share…
"The city has whispered to people from all over the world, 'Come here, everything is possible,'" says journalist Peter Hamill in the upcoming 12-hour series "New York: A Documentary Film." "Now…
Nineteen ninety nine marks the twenty-fifth year that Screen Actors Guild New York Executive Director John Sucke, has been with the union. But this silver anniversary also signifies a pivotal time…
Ukraine voters in this 50-million plus Eastern European nation are encountering an extra tool in this month's presidential election campaign: the territory's first serious attempt at live street…
Hoping to delve even further "Behind the Music," VH1 has greenlit seven new original series that track the ups and downs in the history of rock 'n' roll.