A family comedy duel, the next potential breakout reality series and a rare three-net drama battle at 10 highlight Wednesday's wars on the networks this fall.
The Sci Fi Channel has signed a deal with MGM TV to commission another 22 hourlong episodes of "Stargate: SG-1," keeping the 5-year-old series alive following its cancellation by Showtime.
Those nasty housemates on "Big Brother 2" will reunite one last time to fight a common enemy: NBC's "Friends."
More fun and games helped ABC to one of its strongest weeks in months, as the premiere of Wayne Brady's variety show, the return of Monday night football action and four doses of "Who Wants to Be a…
If it's up to Johnny Knoxville, he won't be MTV's "Jackass" any longer. Knoxville, whose real name is Philip John Clapp, recently told his hometown paper, the Knoxville News-Sentinel, that he's…
Playboy TV Intl. will launch a network in the Philippines via an exclusive agreement with film production company Solar Entertainment, which will license the premium feevee. Solar operates the basic…
The dispute over rights to air the 2002 World Cup soccer tournament took a fresh turn Monday when German media mogul Leo Kirch urged watchdogs to nix the joint bid for British rights from commercial…
Steven Spielberg's World War II TV series "Band of Brothers" has been dropped from BBC1's primetime fall sked -- even though the pubcaster is reckoned to have coughed up a record £7 million ($10…
You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have ... a "Facts of Life" reunion movie at ABC.
Sound the 76 trombones: Craig Bierko, who recently starred on Broadway as "The Music Man," is aiming to topline a series for Warner Bros. Television.
The Game Show Network, salivating for the big ratings chalked up by "Fear Factor" on NBC, has bought U.S. rights to "Who Dares Wins," an Australian clone of the Peacock hit.