-- "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" and "Sesame Street" dominated Saturday's creative arts Daytime Emmy Awards, with each skien picking up four statuettes at the 26th annual ceremonies.
NBC affils -- who went into their annual meeting Sunday ready to rumble -- left feeling slightly more optimistic about their partnership with the Peacock, despite the lack of any substantive…
So many toddlers, so little plot. That's what ABC offers up in "Half a Dozen Babies," a simpleminded story that showcases the smiles associated with having six children but none of the hardships.
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The Big Bang Theory
The Big Bang Theory2Rating: 5.3 Share: 17 Viewers (Millions): 17.8 Network: CBS
The Voice3Rating: 3.9 Share: 11 Viewers (Millions): 12.7 Network: NBC
The Blacklist4Rating: 3.4 Share: 10 Viewers (Millions): 12.5 Network: NBC
The WB netlet is planning to move two of its franchise dramas, "Charmed" and "Felicity," to new nights, while expanding to a sixth night of programming this fall, with comedies on Fridays.
PBS' peerless "American Experience" series is generally so good, singling out individual efforts for special praise can prove difficult. Yet Austin Hoyt's ambitious four-hour "MacArthur" merits…
When NBC's West Coast prexy Scott Sassa and entertainment prexy Garth Ancier unveil their first fall lineup today in New York, they'll emphasize the stability of a conservative schedule that features…
ABC is expected to order three new dramas and three new comedies for its fall lineup, but the web cut short its attempt to extract ownership in several new and returning shows.
Fox Broadcasting is mulling an idea by "Ally McBeal" creator David E. Kelley to remix repeat and never-aired footage of "Ally" into half-hour episodes that will air Tuesday at 8 p.m., one day after…
NBC's potent Thursday lineup has reinforced the Peacock's May sweeps lead with the highest "ER" homes rating since February and the best numbers for "Mad About You" since its baby-comes-home episode…
Sports marketing firm Starcare has sprouted a new TV/film production arm, with Pittsburgh Steeler standout Jerome Bettis slated to topline Starcare's debut show effort "Primetime."