Holly Hunter will host NBA Entertainment's and Lifetime Television's magazine "Player's Journal" when the series returns to Lifetime's schedule for its second season this spring.
PBS has picked up the back nine segs of Latino-themed drama "American Family," with new episodes set to air as early as July.
HBO prison drama "Oz" will end its run early next year after six seasons on the pay cable network.
Deborah Norville has signed on as host of King World's syndie mag "Inside Edition" for three more years.
EchoStar chairman Charlie Ergen said Tuesday he's confident regulators at the FCC and the Dept. of Justice will approve his merger with rival DirecTV, possibly in the fall.
Most of the country's TV stations will miss today's deadline to begin broadcasting digitally.
ABC will set aside an entire day to commemorate the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
There's one less cook stirring the ABC broth: Alphabet prexy Steve Bornstein is ankling his post after barely a year on the job. Bornstein -- who had oversight of the ABC Television network, its 10…
MSNBC has tapped TV vet Jerry Nachman as veepee and editor-in-chief. The position was invented for Nachman, an Emmy-winning journalist who was once editor of the New York Post.
Count on seeing more "ER"/"Third Watch" crossovers after this week's edition produced record-high ratings for the latter on Monday.
Step in step with each other, NBC and CBS again topped the primetime rankings last week in a frame that included the first four days of the May sweep.