The WB is pulling the plug on midseason laffer "Brutally Normal," while UPN is ready to do the same with its animated half-hour "Dilbert."
In another example of nets stepping up efforts to diversify their skeds, CBS has greenlit production on a one-hour dramedy expected to feature an all- Hispanic cast.
Anita Hill, who gained national fame as a witness in the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, will join Court TV's "Crier Today" as a regular contributor.
Showtime has renewed its sitcom "Rude Awakenings" for a third season and cancelled its other half-hour comedy "Linc's."
Jane Campion inaugurates the first Sundance Channel original series, "Conversations in World Cinema," a stimulating addition to the cable universe that could be improved mostly by doubling the…
Burger King seems to think the Rugrats can sell more Whoppers than the Grinch. Kid cabler Nickelodeon is in advanced negotiations with the national fast-food chain to launch a major promotional…
Germany's fourth-largest cable operator, PrimaCom, has been granted a five-year broadcasting license by state media regulators for 15 new interactive pay-per-view services.
First-time nominees dominated the Directors Guild of America selections for daytime serials and children's programming, taking seven of the 10 nominations announced Wednesday.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors group has rung in its top picks for TV, awarding multiple editing noms to HBO's "The Sopranos," Fox's "Ally McBeal" and the WB's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
Fox has cashed in big time with its spec "Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire," which helped the net become the first to defeat ABC on a Tuesday in adults 18-49 since the Alphabet's own…