Reality shows may be changing the face of primetime, but anklebiters have more than their share of the usual programming hours in the 2000-2001 TV season.
The networks are combining high-end casting with a slew of biographies to make the names on this season's movie and mini marquee some of the biggest and brightest ever.
One week after the "Survivor" tsunami passed through, CBS held up pretty well, and ABC reclaimed the ratings lead, but it was the youngest nets that really shined.
After a summer of tribal councils and final answers, network television's ready to get back into the business of shows-- the kind with scripts and stars and no promise of a million-dollar payoff.
Microsoft's WebTV Networks has struck a deal with CBS, its first major primetime interactive programming alliance with a television network.
Rainbow Media's MetroChannels -- a network of channels catering to the Tri-State region -- has announced a new round-the-clock special, "Full Frontal Fashion," to air Sept. 14-24.
Debate or no debate, George W. Bush plans to knock on the Peacock's door next week to appear on "Meet the Press." If there's no Al Gore, though, host Tim Russert won't be letting Bush in. And so goes…
Making its debut in a new region, National Geographic Channel Intl. will bow in Brazil Nov. 1 and will launch in Spanish-lingo Latam markets in the first quarter of 2001.
The last bastion of public television in Europe may be about to give way to commercial TV. The Austrian government has hired German research company L&S Radio Communications to search for unused…
The public's insatiable interest in the O.J. Simpson murder trial will be satisfied despite efforts by Simpson to stop the broadcast of a TV miniseries about the case.