ABC's drama development picked up steam Wednesday with greenlights for a pair of pilots, while Fox made an early comedy commitment for fall 2002.
The international expansion of a most American form of entertainment -- pro wrestling -- was the most important aim of the World Wrestling Federation's trip to NATPE this week.
Among the international divisions of the Hollywood majors, Disney made a point at NATPE of unveiling a clutch of deals either recently inked or concluded on the spot in Vegas.
Hell hath no fury like an audience scorned, as the staff of Las Vegas' Rio Hotel learned when a ticket giveaway for a taping of "The Price Is Right" turned into an episode of "Cops."
"Pokemon" won't be jumping to Fox anytime soon. Even though 4Kids will be leasing the Saturday morning timeslot from Fox beginning next fall, they're in talks with the Kids WB about keeping their…
"Homicide: Life on the Street" scribe-producer Paul Attanasio is headed back to a life of crime with CBS, while Fox has given the final greenlight to the McG-helmed "Fast Lane."
Hong Kong's beleaguered pay TV industry is in dire need of a lifesaving jolt -- but it won't get one from power utility CLP Holdings.
Channel 4 failed to make a profit in 2001 for the first time in just under a decade, after its advertising revenue fell by £38 million ($54 million).
The Rome studio established by Dino De Laurentiis in the 1960s will get a 10 million euro ($8.5 million) revamp this month as new owners bid to create a major center for film and television…
Season leaders NBC and CBS continued their winning ways last week, as event programming on the weekend kept the nets well ahead of Fox and ABC.
Apparently you can take Stephen King out of Maine, but you don't want to take Maine out of a Stephen King story. The horrormeister returns to television with another made-for mini, this time set in…