Conflict was low and camaraderie high as the NBC and ABC affiliates conducted largely stress-free meetings with their respective networks Monday.
On the eve of the opening of the NATPE floor, syndicators were feverishly pinning down clearances, upgrades and renewals to prove that this year's market would not be just a newfangled dot-com…
Rosie O'Donnell has been tapped for an encore bow as host of this year's Grammy Awards, to be telecast by CBS on Feb. 23 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The ongoing strength of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" now threatens to turn Thursday, an NBC stronghold for 15 years, into an ABC night whenever the Peacock goes into rerun.
With the real-life drama still dominating headlines, CBS has tapped "Sally Hemmings" producer Craig Anderson to develop a four-hour miniseries based on the story of 6-year-old Cuban refugee Elian…
Vanessa Williams is looking for a higher love in Lifetime's take on the life and times of saintly New Orleans church lady Henriette Delille. Strong point of "The Courage to Love," exec produced by…
The WB's "Brutally Normal" comes out swinging and lands all of its punches. This funny and sharp look at everything high school deserves an audience, but whether the Britney Spears/'N Sync set will…
In its first original series order, TNT has picked up 13 episodes of "Bull," a one-hour drama series from Warner Bros. TV, the cabler announced Friday at the Television Critics Assn. Tour.
After 10 seasons, countless cast changes and even more hairstyles, "Beverly Hills, 90210" will end its run at the end of this season.
David Letterman has regained the latenight Nielsen throne -- at least for a week. Thanks to Hillary and a little heart, Letterman and his CBS "Late Show" beat Jay Leno in latenight total viewers for…