Nickelodeon on Tuesday unveiled the most aggressive original production slate in its history.
In a highly unusual move for a Big Three O&O group, the 14 CBS-owned stations are brushing aside regularly skedded programming to carry at least three 30-minute infomercials this month in the…
Showtime has bought the rights to the first major exhibition game featuring locked-out pro-basketball players idled by a contract dispute with team owners that has dragged on since last July.
Comedian Ray Romano is set to return as host of the 25th annual People's Choice Awards Jan. 10, to be held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. Daily Variety columnist Army Archerd will co-host.
ABC is talking to CNN vet Jim Moret about a possible gig co-hosting the Alphabet's ailing "Good Morning America."
Rainbow Media on Monday took a major stride toward clearing its new MSG Metro channels throughout the New York City market by signing an affiliate deal with Time Warner's New York cable systems.
A memorial gathering for Broadway and television producer Joseph Cates will be held Friday at the Directors Guild of America's headquarters in Los Angeles.
The Debbie Reynolds-Neil Patrick Harris TV movie "The Christmas Wish" has granted CBS its top film rating since April 19, according to preliminary national ratings that will be adjusted by Nielsen…
Sky Networks, the programming arm of satcaster BSkyB, has committed to invest $25 million in British movies over the next two years through its new film production unit, Sky Pictures.
It's sayonara Screech and bye-bye Mr. Belding: "Saved by the Bell: The New Class" -- the longtime linchpin of NBC's Saturday ayem teen skein -- is exiting the Peacock web after seven seasons.
SBS6, the Dutch arm of pan European channel launcher Scandinavian Broadcasting System, boosted its chances of bringing home killer ratings with the inking Monday of a multimillion-dollar deal with…