NBC's most-anticipated new drama of the season will launch in the most coveted timeslot the web has: Thursday at 10.
NBC has given a firm series commitment to ABC Entertainment Group's Touchstone Television for a midseason comedy from former "Ellen" producers Tim Doyle, Matt Berry and Ric Swartzlander.
Neal Moritz's Original Film has recruited veteran TV agent Mark Rossen to guide the production company's expansion into the small-screen biz.
For Eye web topper Leslie Moonves, the address is still CBS. The CBS Television prexy and CEO has inked a new long-term pact with the network and has been elected to the CBS Corp. board of directors.
Jim Henson's fantasy-adventure series "Farscape" has picked up a second-season commitment for 22 episodes from the Sci-Fi Channel.
July has been a cruel month for some of the major cable webs.
A reporter for Tokyo Broadcasting System was arrested Tuesday for videotaping a woman taking a bath at her home. It's the second sex scandal to rock the broadcaster this month.
Last week's shuffling of the sitcom deck at ABC already is generating some positive signs about the Alphabet's chances this fall.
Danish audiences began voting Monday on which of some 159 mainly international channels they want to see broadcast on local TV by TeleDanmark, the largest cable company in the territory.
AXN will launch Aug. 1 throughout Latin America and be distributed by the HBO Latin America Group.
Paramount TV senior attorney Stephen Sloane has responded to Fox News' accusation that "ET" stole exclusive JFK Jr. footage, saying it was protected by the "fair use" section of the Copyright Act of…