A horse is a horse, of course of course -- unless that horse is a new version of "Mr. Ed" in active development at Fox via Neal Moritz and Marty Adelstein's Original Television banner.
Second-year laffer "Reba" soared to series highs Friday, boosting the WB's comedy block to its best-ever showing on the night in key demos.
Us Weekly magazine is making a move toward having its own reality show on cabler E! Entertainment Television.
Discovery Networks Europe, the London-based arm of Discovery Communications, and British U.K. broadcaster Channel 4 announced a multimillion-pound first-look deal for factual programming.
It may be getting harder for the Hollywood studios to license sitcoms to major broadcasters abroad, but foreign cable outlets are starting to take up the slack.
One NATPE panel of industry professionals dissected the burgeoning programming trends, even challenging each other to develop new business models, while a panelist on midseason shows noted a study on…
The Federal Communications Commission's campaign to loosen key media ownership rules has been the talk of the NATPE convention, with many grumbling that consolidation has already led to a steep…
Scanning the roster of drama pilots greenlit by ABC and UPN Tuesday, hotels and homeland security apparently are on the mind of network developers this year.
NBC Enterprises is "Starting Over" in the Windy City, while Paramount Domestic TV has found its "Parkers" spot on the Fox O&Os.
Showtime has bumped senior veep Peter Keramidas up to exec VP of programming.
Reality ruled the ratings roost Monday, with Fox's dominant "Joe Millionaire" posting week-to-week gains and NBC's "Fear Factor" and special preview of "Meet My Folks" also performing very well.