NBC will swap gamer "Twenty One" with newsmag "Dateline NBC" and tweak its "Thrillogy" lineup beginning next month.
The Producers Guild of America, kicking off its campaign to tighten standards on producer credits, announced Wednesday that it has pulled two dozen names from previously announced television…
James Dalessandro and David Mehnert's nonfiction book "Citizen Jane" has been optioned by Laurie Goldstein at Robert Greenwald Prods. ("The Audrey Hepburn Story") for five against six figures…
The wedding may be off for Fox, but a plethora of nuptials may still hit the airwaves next fall, thanks to the ratings success of "Who Wants to Marry a Multimillionaire."
Home Box Office Inc. has been named this year's winner of the Directors Guild of America's diversity award, which honors the cable network's commitment to, and leadership in, the hiring of women and…
You've probably heard about the trendy operation where you drill a hole in your head to make you feel better. Well, you're going to need a few of those drill jobs after sitting through the mindless…
The most basic victories of the early Civil Rights movement aren't readily part of the historical record. Phil Alden Robinson's tribute to the grass-roots efforts of groups such as the Student…
The long wait for a decision on the future funding of the BBC is over: The pubcaster has won a 1.5% increase above inflation to its annual license fee for the next six years -- short of what was…
TNT has acquired the exclusive commercial television premiere rights to "Boiler Room"" from New Line Television.
After a much-publicized leave of absence from latenight, David Letterman got a hearty welcome back to "The Late Show" on Monday night, scoring a 9.3 rating/23 share in the 47 metered markets…
Maybe it was the mistral, but it seemed that the winds of change could be felt at the Monte Carlo television mart as it wound down Tuesday.