MSNBC gabber "Curtis and Kuby" has been yanked.
Feature scribe Joanna Johnson is getting busy on the small-screen front, developing two projects with Touchstone Television for ABC.
Viacom siblings Showtime and Paramount Network Television are rethinking their recipe for the drama series "Soul Food."
Kirk Douglas will make a cameo in HBO's "Pancho Villa" as Sen. Albert Fall, the pol who took the fall in the Teapot Dome scandal.
NBC is going all out to woo Nielsen voters with its audacious new campaign for midseason drama "Mr. Sterling" -- even if it means potentially confusing the nation's actual electorate.
Fox was no doubt licking its lips in anticipation of ratings for last night's seventh and deciding game of the World Series, which figure to be boffo after a strong turnout on Saturday for a…
Comedian Christopher Titus, whose half-hour series "Titus" ended its run on Fox last season, may be returning to primetime via a pact with the Peacock.
Comedy Central and BBC America have agreed to offer some of their programming for free in the VOD platform to cable subscribers hooked up to digital boxes.
A whopping increase in the number of young-adult viewers has helped land a second-season renewal from ESPN for "Beg, Borrow & Deal," its weekly primetime entertainment-reality series.
Online/cabler hybrid SOAPnet will partner with Disney Internet Group unit Enhanced TV to revive many long-departed soap-opera stars in an interactive TV event this Sunday called "Back From the Dead."
High-definition TV service HDNet said it will offer upcoming coverage of National Hockey League games and the Breeders' Cup horse-racing series.