Holland Taylor ("The Practice") and Elliott Gould ("Ocean's Eleven") have joined the cast of the CBS midseason laffer "Baby Bob."
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has unveiled the official 2002 calendar for the 54th Annual Primetime Emmy and Creative Arts Awards.
NBC has landed high-profile helmers Allen Coulter ("The Sopranos") and Jon Avnet ("Fried Green Tomatoes") to direct a pair of the Peacock's fall 2002 drama series contenders, while helmer Simon West…
NBC will be holding open auditions today and Wednesday for Latin and Asian comedians at the Laugh Factory as part of the network's attempt to find and develop new Hollywood talent.
After rushing to get "The Chamber" on the air, Fox has decided to put the controversial reality quizzer on hiatus.
The Costume Designers Guild has tapped eight features, including blockbuster "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," and eight TV programs as nominees for excellence in costume design awards.
Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly will take on the moderator's job at the Radio and Television Society's Feb. 12 Newsmaker Luncheon forum on the cable industry at the Regent BevWilshire.
Building developer Central City Studios has won the contract to build Melbourne's much-needed film and TV hub, it was revealed Wednesday local time.
Former producer Lillah McCarthy ("Early Edition") has been tapped exec VP of producer Arnold Kopelson's small-screen production shingle.
The Word Network had some harsh words for EchoStar in an FCC filing that urged rejection of the satcaster's merger with DirecTV deal, saying EchoStar can't be trusted to carry a diverse array of…
ABC scared up huge numbers Sunday for the opening night of "Stephen King's Rose Red," including the best ratings among young adults for any movie on television in more than 2-1/2 years.