Behind the success of "The Weakest Link," British TV's latest Stateside sensation, stand two feisty females, both bespectacled, diminutive and fond of dark, tailored suits and intimidating male…
Syndie vet Barry Thurston, who stepped down from Columbia TriStar TV Distribution's prexy post nearly a year ago, has struck a partnership with three TV execs from the former Spartan Communications…
General Motors broke its silence on the future of DirecTV, announcing Tuesday that it has given the greenlight to serious and immediate merger talks between its Hughes Electronics unit and News…
MTV has made series orders for four new reality skeins to debut this summer, including a show called "Flipped" from "Scared Straight" producer Arnold Shapiro.
Kobalt Interactive has tapped Guy Pepper CEO, while George Krieger joins the San Francisco-based interactive TV company as prexy.
Warner Bros. Online has launched LooneyTunes.com, a new destination solely dedicated to the studio's library of classic animated characters, including Bugs Bunny, Wile E. Coyote and Daffy Duck.
Popular teen entertainment venture Alloy Online has pacted with "Big Brother" co-producer Evolution Film & Tape to develop and produce a slate of original reality television programs for the youth…
"Wasteland," a Kevin Williamson-produced series from Miramax TV that suffered a swift death on ABC early last season, will rise from the grave in June on Showtime Next.
HBO slugged a Nielsen home run with the primetime premiere of its baseball biopic "61*," delivering a 9.7 rating in cable homes, the highest-rated HBO original movie in more than a year.
April wasn't kind to the top 10 rated cable networks: Only Lifetime, TNN: The National Network and History Channel showed Nielsen gains in primetime for the year.
Powerhouse Thursday lineups lifted NBC and CBS to ratings victories last week, with the Peacock delivering its best demo scores since February and the Eye once again attracting the most viewers…