UPN is looking to catch viewers "RedHanded." The weblet, in need of midseason replacement series to prop up its faltering primetime sked, has ordered six episodes of the hidden camera vehicle…
Nine-time Emmy winner Jon Alpert returns to the urban jungle of Newark, N.J., to follow a pair of petty criminals, each fresh out of prison and hungry for heroin, cocaine and companionship, as they…
Home Box Office has its sights trained on its first original musical, "Trigger Happy," a comedic look at gun control.
Jane Seymour, Bruce Davison and A Martinez are starring in "Ties That Bind," a CBS telefilm that has begun production in L.A.
NBC's revamped Monday lineup premieres tonight -- but already there's talk the Peacock may dump the new sked for the entire February sweeps.
After 16 years in rerun syndication, where it has racked up half a billion dollars in grosses, "Three's Company" may be headed to cable.
Actor Will Smith, sports superstar Michael Jordan and blues artist B.B. King are set to receive the NAACP's highest honors during the civil rights organization's 30th Image Awards presentation Feb…
Time Warner Cable of New York City has raised the ire of the Big Apple's religious leaders by announcing it will drop the multi-denominational Odyssey Channel from its lineup.
"Family Guy" + post-Super Bowl timeslot + "The Simpsons" with Rupert Murdoch guesting = Fox's Jan. 31 game plan for launching what the web hopes will be its next big animated sitcom.
Lew Grade, Britain's larger-than-life TV and film mogul, died early Sunday morning in a London hospital. He was 91.
Rupert the bear is replacing Franklin the turtle as CBS and Nickelodeon tinker with their kidvid skeds.