The Peacock has ordered five hourlong episodes of a new relationship reality series tentatively titled "3's a Crowd" for a summer primetime run.
FX is going for "Lucky" 13 and enlisting a "Snitch" as part of a plan to serve up original programming in primetime during the first eight months of 2003.
Stockard Channing has committed to another season of First Lady duty on "The West Wing" and has joined the ensemble cast of the new film Woody Allen is shooting for DreamWorks.
Univision shares rebounded Thursday even as Wall Streeters speculated that other bidders, namely NBC, could make a run for Hispanic Broadcasting, which Univision just wooed.
Columbia TriStar Domestic Television is pulling the plug on the Pamela Anderson-starrer "'V.I.P.," citing the financial woes of its production partner on the show, German media giant Kirch.
Toshiba Semiconductor and Toshiba America Electronic Components have inked a deal with TiVo to license the company's digital video recorder technology. With the license, Toshiba will be able to…
Thesp Todd Bridges' life has often resembled a daytime drama -- so it's somehow appropriate that he's about to appear in an actual sudser.
Warner Bros. Animation's original series "Baby Looney Tunes" will bow on the Cartoon Network Sept. 3 at 9 a.m.
Producers and creators of "Oz," "Off Centre" and the "American Pie" series will receive kudos from the Media Action Network for Asian Americans at their 10th anniversary awards gala June 22 at the…
The demolition of the New Jersey Nets by the Los Angeles Lakers in four games in the NBA Finals proved to be one of the great turnoffs in the history of TV sports, yielding a record low average…
Scribe Jon Pollack, who serves as executive producer on NBC's long-running laffer "Just Shoot Me," has inked an overall deal with NBC Studios.