Nickelodeon is branching into longform programming with a slate of original telefilms based primarily on existing Nick properties.
ABC has inked a talent holding deal with young actress Alicia Morton, the star of this past weekend's "Wonderful World of Disney" remake of "Annie."
The new Fox gameshow "Greed" won't make anyone forget "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," but it could help beleaguered Fox overcome the disappointment over "Action."
Soft-peddled in history books, virtually ignored during the latter half of the 20th century, the selfless revolution forged by feminist/suffrage pioneers Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony…
It may be the year of the drama in primetime, but in daytime it's anything but. Through the first six weeks of the new fall season, 12 of 14 network daytime series are showing losses vs. last year in…
NBC has greenlit production on a family comedy from Touchstone Television -- perhaps the clearest sign yet that being part of the ABC banner isn't hurting the Disney-owned studio's ability to do…
New Line TV has started lining up TV stations to take a special four-hour New Year's weekend block of selected episodes of the weekly syndicated hour "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World."
Britney Spears and 'N Sync will topline Nickelodeon's "Big Holiday Help-a-thon," a bi-coastal, two-hour primetime special intended to champion volunteerism.
Video Networks, the video-on-demand service, has inked a two-year licensing deal with BBC Worldwide, the pubcaster's commercial arm, for 600 hours of programming.
WNBC's nightly news anchors, Chuck Scarborough and Sue Simmons, and its sports anchor Len Berman, will preside over the live coverage of the 1999 New York City Marathon on Sunday.
Saturday morning tyke leader Kids' WB! has altered its lineup slightly, adding a second run of "Men in Black" and finding a new weekday afternoon slot for the hit phenom "Pokemon."