A team of Hollywood heavyweights have their eye on a whole new ball game.
The search to fill one of the most coveted jobs in Australian pay TV --CEO of the Premium Movie Partnership -- has narrowed to two contenders.
Children's Television Foundation topper Patricia Edgar is ready to retire after 20 years, convinced she's seen off attempts by commercial networks to water down the local kidvid quota.
"The Osbournes," MTV's month-old reality series about the everyday life of the cheerfully dysfunctional Ozzy Osbourne and his wife and two kids, is shaping up as potentially the biggest comedy hit on…
Watching NBC hem and haw over the fate of "Watching Ellie" has been even more interesting than your average episode of the Julia Louis-Dreyfus laffer.
Russian production "The Dustman" by Sergey Astachov and Georgy Schengeley won kudos for TV movie and actor (Alexej Guskov) at the first Venice Television Festival, held March 21-25.
Two months after Viacom merged UPN's operations under CBS, early on-air attempts at synergy have come up dry.
Primetime TV this fall might look a lot more like the summer movie season: Nets are playing it safe with pilots heavy on high concepts and promotable franchises.
New Yorkers know that after 9/11, it's best to accentuate the positive.
Lifetime has ended its agreement with Hearst Entertainment that called for Hearst to produce at least nine of the 12 original movies the network schedules every year.
The stars were aligned at CBS late last week as the net booked top talent to lead its new TV projects.