The USA Network, suffering through diminished ratings for its key block of original hourlong primetime series on Sunday, has nonetheless put forward a massive list of series projects covering drama…
Writer Robert J. Avrech's screenplay, based loosely on the book "Brotherhood of Murder" by Thomas Martinez and John Guinther, doesn't indict the white supremacy movement as much as it portrays one…
The feel-good factor traveled down the corridors on the opening day of the Mip Asia television market, even if buyers didn't.
With investments of almost $1.5 billion for programming this year, Germany's commercial webs have become the engines powering the boom in the country's TV industry.
The scribes behind the buzzed-about 1998 comedy short "Swingblade" are moving into television, inking premium script deals for half-hour projects at ABC and UPN.
Frosh drama "Safe Harbor" has been cast out to sea by the WB, while Fox has decided to show a little love toward its new "Party of Five" spin-off "Time of Your Life."
The Monte Carlo TV Festival Tuesday named members of the jury that will attribute the 2nd European TV Producer Award next February.
With the advertising climate "as strong as battery acid," the cable upfront is likely to move before the broadcasters do their deals, according to Turner Broadcasting president and chief operating…
The networks with strong strong Christmas specials in their primetime stockings are reaping the goodwill of the season.
CBS now owns the "World." The Eye has nabbed first network broadcast rights to MGM's "The World Is Not Enough" for an estimated $20 million.
NBC has greenlit a new version of the 1950s gameshow "Twenty One," recruiting gabber Maury Povich to serve as host of the reincarnated quizzer. Peacock had ordered four hourlong segs of the skein…