"Spin City" star Heather Locklear has inked a deal to remain with the ABC laffer for another year, greatly increasing the skein's chances of returning for a sixth season.
Former "NYPD Blue" star Nick Turturro has found a new life on CBS, while TV legend Bob Newhart is mulling a return to the small screen opposite "Thong Song" crooner Sisqo.
One of the principal architects of the WB's resurgent advertising picture has been rewarded with senior VP stripes.
"Frasier" isn't going anywhere: NBC and Paramount Network Television have struck a $374 million renewal deal that will keep the Kelsey Grammer-led laffer on the Peacock web until May 2004.
Walt Disney Television Intl.-Latin America execs John Begert and Luis Perez will take on new leadership roles with extended responsibilities.
European channel launcher SBS Broadcasting has inked a deal with News Corp.-owned Fox World to create and operate a northern European production company.
CBS may be headed to the courtroom for its next reality skein: The Eye has greenlit the pilot "U.S. Justice," which follows the lives of actual participants in the judicial system.
Granite Broadcasting has rejiggered payment terms with NBC over San Francisco station KNTV after receiving commitments from a banking group for a new $205 million credit facility.
In NBC's "The Fighting Fitzgeralds," Brian Dennehy stars as an Irish curmudgeon patriarch to a clan of three grown boys, one daughter-in-law and a young granddaughter. With a kinder, gentler Archie…
The power of Hollywood royalty has surfaced again with the decision by Paramount TV to open Mel Gibson's "What Women Want" for broadcast and cable network bids as a one-picture offering.