Canuck circus Cirque du Soleil and Montreal-based broadcaster TVA Group announced Friday that they will be developing a number of TV shows together, including a variety series, several documentaries…
KNBC4 Los Angeles continues to beef up its local programming. Days after announcing a Fred Roggin-led sports quiz show, the station has said it will spin off its regular news segment "4 Your Health"…
Saturday's Game One of the World Series, between the New York Yankees and Atlanta Braves, scored a 15.0 rating, 26 share of households in Nielsen's 46 metered markets, a 4% improvement over last…
ABC has handed Steven Bochco, executive producer of "NYPD Blue," some good news and some not-so-good news. The good news: "NYPD Blue" will stay in its Tuesday-at-10 primetime slot.
Call it the Fall Fade. Latest Nielsens suggest several first-year primetime series may be about finished, at least in their current timeslots.
The U.K. government has denied persistent reports that it intends to scrap plans for a $40 annual digital TV license fee for the BBC.
PBS is ringing in the millennium ambitiously, programming 25 hours worth of live coverage of New Year's Eve bashes from around the world.
With sweeps month just around the corner, CBS continues to prune its lineup by canceling the Kevin Pollak/Nancy Travis starrer "Work with Me," effective immediately.
The producers of "The 1999 Mrs. World Pageant" are hoping December is peaceful in the Middle East because they've chosen Jerusalem as the location site for the taping of the two-hour TV event.
Three-time Emmy Award winner Paul Dini, a writer on "Tiny Toons" and "Batman: The Animated Series" and a producer of the series "Batman Beyond," has received the Animation Writing Award from the…
Beth Littleford, a correspondent on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," has signed a six-figure deal with Big Ticket Television to develop and star in her own sitcom for fall 2000.