With the Nov. 4 start of the all-important sweeps frame less than three weeks away, network programming execs are already making plans to pull or pre-empt both new and veteran shows that aren't…
Fee fie fo fum: CBS, home of network television's most dominant movie franchise for the past two years, is looking to a lavish new version of "Jack and the Beanstalk" to help it remain No. 1.
Turner Intl., Star TV and Cable & Wireless HKT are among the 10 companies that have applied to the government for new television licenses.
Cable companies and the Dutch government have carried on a heated debate for years over the future of pay TV in Holland, and it's finally come to a head.
Satcaster BSkyB has signed up 1.8 million digital subscribers as of Thursday, once again beating analysts' expectations.
A state superior court in Frankfurt has ruled in favor of Germany's TV commercial blocker, known locally as the "TV fairy."
"Wasteland" and "Harsh Realm" continue to perform double-duty as the names of new TV series -- and an apt description of the Thursday and Friday Nielsen landscape, littered with the mangled remains…
Red-hot scribe John Ridley ("Three Kings") has inked an overall deal with the Greenblatt-Janollari Studio to develop both comedy and drama projects, including a supernatural actioner that's already…
NBC is developing an hourlong drama with "Ghost" scribe Bruce Joel Rubin.
There will be a memorial gathering for Daily Variety reporter Richard Katz at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Lodge, Viacom Building, 1515 Broadway, Seventh floor. No RSVP required.
According to national Nielsen numbers for the week of Sept. 27-Oct. 3, Tribune's "Richard Simmons' Dream Maker" and Hamilton's "The Dream Team" have yet to find their audiences as the new season…