For a slew of syndie product, all eyes will be on February sweeps as a variety of programs hovering near cancellation desperately seeks out a shot in the arm in order to see airtime next season.
Producers Jonathan Mostow and Hal Lieberman have inked a multiyear pact to develop drama programming for Studios USA.
"The Kid," syndicated sex columnist Dan Savage's memoir of his adopting a child with his boyfriend, has found a home with Robin and Marsha Williams at Blue Wolf Productions, where it will be…
ABC will roll out four new shows in less than three weeks as part of a spring sked shuffle set to start late next month. Plans include an early end to the season for the critically hailed but…
Showtime has renewed its sitcom "Rude Awakenings" for a third season and cancelled its other half-hour comedy "Linc's."
Burger King seems to think the Rugrats can sell more Whoppers than the Grinch. Kid cabler Nickelodeon is in advanced negotiations with the national fast-food chain to launch a major promotional…
Germany's fourth-largest cable operator, PrimaCom, has been granted a five-year broadcasting license by state media regulators for 15 new interactive pay-per-view services.
Anita Hill, who gained national fame as a witness in the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, will join Court TV's "Crier Today" as a regular contributor.
Jane Campion inaugurates the first Sundance Channel original series, "Conversations in World Cinema," a stimulating addition to the cable universe that could be improved mostly by doubling the…
The Motion Picture Sound Editors group has rung in its top picks for TV, awarding multiple editing noms to HBO's "The Sopranos," Fox's "Ally McBeal" and the WB's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."