Welcome home, Howard Stern? Sources say a deal for Stern to host a Saturday latenight vehicle for the CBS O&Os could be announced as early as this week.
Comedian Drew Carey is showing his libertarian leanings and will enjoy a little civil disobedience before lunch today.
The WB netlet has pulled the plug on its midseason drama "Three," and will launch a new comedy block in its Monday 9-10 p.m. slot in April, the network has confirmed.
Heading into the 60-day countdown to launch, Twentieth TV has named key production staffers for its syndie latenight strip with NBA great Earvin (Magic) Johnson.
It's a match for "Match Game" and the CBS O&Os in Gotham and L.A. this fall.
David Duchovny's long-desired wish has finally come true: "The X-Files" is officially packing up and moving its production base from Vancouver, B.C., to Los Angeles for the sixth season of the Fox…
AMC is creating a niche cable network, but with a difference -- the program service will make its debut on the World Wide Web on May 1, months before it appears as a 24-hour cable channel.
"Seinfeld" supervising producer Spike Feresten will remain with Castle Rock after the hit NBC sitcom ends its run in May.
Actress Joan Plowright has joined the cast of Nathan Lane's upcoming NBC comedy "Encore," from the producers of "Frasier."
Twentieth TV's bragging rights for "Access Hollywood" -- viz., the show's victory over Paramount's "Entertainment Tonight" in N.Y., Los Angeles and Chicago on March 24, the day after the Oscar…
E! Entertainment TV has skedded the most ambitious original production in its eight-year history, the four-hour documentary special "The Kennedys: Power, Seduction and Hollywood," an edition of its…