"The Nanny" is getting a Lifetime. Lifetime Television has picked up an exclusive, four-year cable window for reruns of comedy series "The Nanny," starting November 2002.
Hand NBC some jumper cables: "Battery Park" is dead. Peacock execs announced Friday it had yanked the cop ensemble sitcom, which couldn't get arrested in the post- "Frasier" Thursday night slot.
Japan's two biggest cable companies have entered talks for a possible merger that would also unite AT&T with Microsoft in a battle to win over Japan's Internet market. Japan's largest cable company…
Well, that was fast: On April 11, Matt Dillon was set to star in Castle Rock Entertainment's "Miss Congeniality" opposite Sandra Bullock (Daily Variety, April 11); as of April 14, he had dropped out…
They're rocking to an alternative beat at NBC. The Peacock network will announce plans today to launch an alternative series department that will focus on primetime fare such as reality shows, gamers…
Do people watch TV differently when they can easily time-shift programs and skip over ads, as the new digital video recorders allow? In an attempt to find some answers, Nielsen Media Research has…
More believable than "Chasing the Dragon," Lifetime's ridiculous housewife turned heroin-user pic, but nowhere near as honest or as riveting as "Trainspotting," "Trapped in a Purple Haze" is an…
Satcaster Galaxy Latam has inked a deal with Open TV, which will provide interactive software for Galaxy's DirecTV service.
Pubcaster WNET dominated Sunday night's 43rd Annual New York Emmy Awards, winning 22 of the 88 statuettes -- a record for the station.
The talk show "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" hasn't hit the airwaves yet, but it's already sparking chat in TV land.
As the sun blazed down on the Croisette for the first time this week, Mip TV drew to a close Thursday on a sunny note, with record attendance of 2,776 companies, up 8% from last year.