The layoffs at CBS News have begun. Several staffers at CBS' "This Morning" were told by executive producer Al Berman Wednesday that they were among the 200-300 Eye web employees being cut from the…
A Miami federal judge has signed off on an agreement between broadcasters and satcasters to keep network signals beaming in to more than a million homes that were slated to be cut off today.
Producer-director St. Claire Bourne has announced he's in production on several TV projects, including the HBO doc "Gordon Parks: Half Past Autumn," co-produced by Denzel Washington, and "The Paul…
ABC is close to making a 13-episode commitment to Miramax's first primetime TV series, a new drama called "Wasteland" from "Dawson's Creek" creator and "Scream" screenwriter Kevin Williamson.
Fox Broadcasting Co.'s Sunday comedy "That '70s Show" has become the first new series of the season to receive a back-nine order, rounding out a full season of episodes.
American Move Classics will premiere its original docu, "Lee Marvin: A Personal Portrait by John Boorman," on Nov. 17 at 10 p.m. (ET).
For the first time in seven years -- and after innumerable delays -- the Brazilian government has started granting new licenses for pay TV operations.
DreamWorks Television has optioned Stephen E. Ambrose's World War II history "A Band of Brothers," which Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg and Mark Johnson will likely produce as an event miniseries.
Billy Crystal and Robin Williams will be reunited with Comic Relief partner Whoopi Goldberg for a November sweeps stunt on the latter's King World frosh strip "Hollywood Squares."
It's two weeks and counting into the new primetime Nielsen season, and CBS remains alone atop the household heap -- and the only net among the Big Four to show improvement versus last year's adults…
In "7 Days," Jonathan LaPaglia plays a guy in a CIA mental hospital who is naturally tabbed to save the United States, because who better than the mentally ill to keep the nation from imploding? The…