The California Supreme Court weighed in Thursday in the long-running Connie Stevens case, by reversing two lower courts and granting Stevens the right to a new trial on the issue of whether an…
"Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Gilmore Girls" be damned: TV Academy voters completely shut out the WB on Thursday, handing the Frog net a whopping zero Emmy nominations.
Making good on his promise, Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) will hold a July 25 hearing on whether Hollywood needs to make major changes to ratings systems used by various sectors of the…
With an eye toward focusing on its core animation business, Film Roman is bowing out of live-action feature development.
MTV Networks announced Thursday a trio of pilots at Nickelodeon spun off "Rugrats," preem dates for TNN's first original series since the net was revamped, and original series being developed for…
After seven years on the air, "ER" is still smashing records: The medical drama has passed "Hill Street Blues" to become the most-nominated drama in Emmy history.
Don't call NBC's hidden-camera half-hour "Spy TV" a reality series. It's now officially a comedy.
There's nothing wrong with being adopted, or so says the WB.
On the day that "The West Wing" received 18 Emmy nominations, there was no popping of champagne corks, but rather the figurative sound of a line being scratched in the sand as four of the show's…
As its first series, "The Mind of the Married Man," preps for a Sept. 16 bow on HBO, Stu Smiley's Comedy Arts Studios has beefed up its staff and made a deal with Canadian comic Tracy Smith to…
The operational merger of Universal Pictures and StudioCanal has left Hollywood's close-knit international TV fraternity agog.