Thesp Kevin Sorbo is saying good-bye to "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" and hello to Gene Roddenberry's brand of sci-fi/action TV.
NBC informed producers Thursday that it will pick up five new dramas and two new comedies for its fall schedule, while 20th Century Fox has locked up a deal for Steve Levitan's "Stark Raving Mad" to…
Toon titans Woody Woodpecker and Mickey Mouse can still draw a kiddie crowd, according to Nielsen ayem numbers for the second Saturday of the May sweeps.
The WB Network's WB 100-Plus Station Group has inked its first programming deal with a major distrib outside of the Time Warner family, picking up the weekend rerun rights to "The Pretender" from…
NBC is asking 20th Century Fox TV for an extended six-year license fee agreement on the new Steve Levitan comedy "Stark Raving Mad" in exchange for the plum 9:30 p.m. Thursday timeslot between…
Court TV is close to signing a deal to buying the cable rights to Fox's "Cops."
Is "Xena: Warrior Princess" losing some of its kick? The Studios USA actioner got off to a slow start in the frame that overlaps the start of the May sweep (April 29-May 26), ranking seventh among…
"Home Improvement" continues to slump in its final month of firstrun episodes, this week equaling its third-lowest firstrun rating ever.
Veteran baseball producer John "Flip" Filippelli has ankled Fox Sports to join ABC Sports as veep of production.
Telenovela producer SkyQuest has signed two co-production deals with Spain-based companies.
The title of the NBC two-parter "Atomic Train" remains the same, but the network is making a significant cargo change for its weekend debut.