He may play the president on "The West Wing," but Martin Sheen won't be playing for charity on next month's celebrity edition of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
With "Will & Grace" in the anchor spot, NBC's Thursday lineup has launched a new season in its typical dominant fashion, topping the combined demo score of the five other nets.
Fox's "Mad TV" delivered its highest season premiere numbers since its 1995 series bow, with a 3.0 rating/11 share in the key adults 18-49 demo and 6.2 million total viewers, according to Nielsen…
"Xena: Warrior Princess," the top-rated firstrun syndie action hour, will conclude its run at the end of the 2000-01 TV season. The show, produced by Renaissance Pictures and distribbed by Studios…
There's a little black box in my bedroom that gives me sex whenever I want it. "Sex and the City," that is. My new best friend, in case you haven't been keeping tabs on the digital revolution, is…
The television world is jealous of CBS. Not just because "Survivor" ranked as the top summer series of all time, but because the show accomplished what every marketing executive dreamed of: Millions…
Mary Carole McDonnell has been named to the new post of VP of programming for Partner Stations Network (PSN), a programming partnership among 53 TV stations.
BBC World has increased its viewership in the past year by 11% in the Asia-Pacific region, according to research by the Pan Asian Cross Media Survey, compared with 4% growth for CNN and a 9% dip for…
Call it the "reduced rerun" diet. As they weigh in for the 2000-2001 season, the big six webheads hope to bulk up viewership via new regimens that trim back those unsightly series reruns. But like…
Pearson, the company behind the new "Family Feud" and "To Tell the Truth," is developing an update of gamer "Card Sharks" for a potential fall 2001 rollout in broadcast syndication. Though the show…