"Never Been Kissed" scribes Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein have locked lips with Warner Bros. Television, inking a lucrative overall deal with the studio.
The passage of a 4-year-old broadcasting bill is taking a step closer to reality.
Former "Cheers" producers/scribes Ken Levine and David Isaacs have inked a new three-year overall deal with Paramount Network Television.
Playboy TV has engineered a new five-year deal with Comcast, which has agreed to carry Playboy TV, Spice and Spice 2, the company's three pay services.
NBC has greenlit a pilot presentation for an hourlong drama from feature scribe David McKenna ("American History X"). The project is being described as a male-oriented take on HBO's much-buzzed-about…
Propelled by the usual powerhouse ratings of its exclusive Sunday night National Football League games, ESPN finished first among all ad-supported cable nets in primetime in October.
Fox News' Christopher Cuomo has joined ABC News as a "20/20" correspondent.
Despite picking up another two TV Week awards this year, including a gong for most popular comedy program, Australia's longest running variety show, "Hey Hey It's Saturday," has been axed after 28…
Film industry vet Marc Platt has inked a first-look TV production deal with Artists Television Group.
Although courtroom shows have been grabbing the headlines this season in syndication, the most notable ratings gains for the week ending Oct. 24 saw newsmags and gameshows drawing the eyeballs.