As ABC's summer phenom "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" soared to its highest ratings yet Tuesday night, so too did the interest level at the major webs in primetime gameshow prospects.
Mary Stuart Masterson and Anthony LaPaglia have been tapped to star in the CBS telepic thriller "Black and Blue," based on Anna Quindlen's 1998 book by the same title.
CBS Corp. said Tuesday that Samsung Electronics America has agreed to cover costs associated with converting the network's TV movies to high-definition format.
Warner Bros. has sold four of its theatricals -- "Deep Blue Sea," "Mickey Blue Eyes" and the upcoming "Chill Factor" and "Three Kings" -- in a combination first-broadcast window to NBC and Turner…
Reinforcing the proposition that one powerhouse movie can work wonders for a cable network, TNT vaulted into first place in primetime among all cable networks for the week of Aug. 16 on the strength…
Judge Judy may not be a household name in Germany, but with producers here convinced what works on American TV will work here, viewers will soon be watching plaintiffs and defenders pleading their…
How well did ABC do, Nielsen-wise, in its gambit of bowing the Regis Philbin-hosted quizshow "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" as a primetime strip last week?
Edward Windsor, better known as Prince Edward, has recruited top Hollywood stars to participate in a documentary on the paparazzi being made by the his TV company, Ardent Prods.
Fox Family Channel earned its largest audience ever for its original film "Au Pair," which premiered Sunday.