In her win for supporting actress in a comedy, "Will & Grace's" Megan Mullally may be vindicated for being the one "W&G" cast member not nommed for a Golden Globe, but it's all good, as far as she's…
NBC has made it official: All of the commercial spots on the 2000 Olympic Games are sold out, harvesting a record $900 million in gross network sales and guaranteeing that NBC will end up with black…
Telemundo has tapped Arnaldo Limansky senior director of production, overseeing the U.S. Hispanic net's telenovela efforts.
A judge in Los Angeles Superior Court has thrown out an unprecedented lawsuit brought by Germany's powerful Kirch Group against Universal.
Longtime speculation that former CBS exec Ed Wilson would join NBC to start up a domestic syndie operation there -- as he did for CBS -- has come to fruition.
"Gladiator" studio DreamWorks is teaming with "NYPD Blue" creator David Milch to create an ambitious hourlong cop drama set in ancient Rome with Ridley Scott as possible pilot director. "Gladiator"…
Perhaps they should call it "premiere month" instead of "premiere week": NBC has officially announced it will stagger its fall series launches throughout October to avoid competing with baseball…
Veteran international exec Peter Hughes, exec VP and co-head of Universal Intl. TV, will retire at the end of September. UIT is the foreign TV distrib arm of the Hollywood major.
Viacom's kids channel Nickelodeon has signed a deal with Subhash Chandra's Zee TV for a two-hour slot. In the slot, entertainment programs under the Nick banner will cater to Indian children…
When it comes to launching successful fall programs, any network exec will tell you it's all about the hype. So how does the WB hype "Hype," a half-hour comedy sketch show that mocks ... hype?