David Letterman -- who underwent open-heart surgery just five weeks ago -- will return to the "Late Show" part-time, beginning Monday.
TV's lemming-like rush toward gameshows has hit a speedbump: CBS is pulling quizzer "Winning Lines" from its sked for the remainder of the February sweeps.
Italy's TV group Sitcom has announced the launch of four new digital channels to be distributed in Italy and continental Europe.
Granite Broadcasting has agreed to pay NBC a whopping $362 million to align its San Jose station KNTV with the network for 10 years beginning in 2002.
Fox has scored a major victory in the race to find the next big family comedy hit, landing ex-"Roseanne" star John Goodman for a new laffer from the Carsey-Werner Co.
Fox and CBS, the two networks on the outside looking in for the early part of the February sweeps, had something to smile about after surveying preliminary Nielsens for Sunday night.
Charles Schulz, creator of 'Peanuts,' the most widely read and beloved comic strip in the world, died of a heart attack Saturday night in Santa Rosa, Calif. He was 77.
With Thursday's lineup contributing its best ratings since September and strong second-week numbers from rookie Saturday drama "The Others" highlighting a weekend surge, NBC has moved ahead of ABC…
In another sign that the old rules of network television no longer apply, CBS has decided to roll out its midseason Mafia drama "Falcone" by stripping nine segs of the skein over an eight-day frame…
L.A.-based TV producer-distribber Team Entertainment has inked a deal with "Top Gun" writing duo Jim Cash and Jack Epps for an undercover action series called "The Force."