The Eye web's Bryant Gumbel is in final negotiations with HBO on a new deal to continue as host of the pay cabler's "Real Sports" newsmag.
A 28-minute football overrun on Fox wasn't quite enough to overcome three full nights of football on ABC, leaving the Alphabet first in Dec. 28-Jan. 3 primetime Nielsen adult 18-49 standings.
Actors Diego Serrano and Vincent Angell have been cast as the male leads opposite actress Jennifer Love Hewitt in next season's "Party of Five" spinoff called "The Time of Your Life."
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America's Got Talent
America's Got Talent1Rating: 1.9 Share: 6 Viewers (Millions): 9.4 Network: NBC
Mi Corazon Es Tuyo
Mi Corazon Es Tuyo2Rating: 1.3 Share: 5 Viewers (Millions): 3.2 Network: Uni
Hasta El Fin Del Mundo
Hasta El Fin Del Mundo2Rating: 1.3 Share: 4 Viewers (Millions): 3.4 Network: Uni
A group called Project Islamic H.O.P.E. is protesting Fox's upcoming animated Eddie Murphy-voiced comedy “The PJs,” from Touchstone and Imagine TV. The group on Tuesday said the pilot episode…
Big changes are in the offing for the Eye web's "This Morning," with a breakfastcast radically different from what's now on the air likely to bow by late summer or early fall.
WETA, Washington's local pubcaster, is launching a regional cable channel that will allow it to timeshift key programs including "The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer" and "Washington Week in Review."
''Touched by an Angel'' earned its highest rating in more than a year, putting CBS in position to claim its fourth straight weeklong households victory, according to preliminary primetime Nielsen…
ABC is blowing up "Good Morning America" -- and bringing in the primetime star power of Diane Sawyer -- in the latest attempt to save the foundering ayemcast. Sawyer, a "20/20" heavyweight who served…
Final Nielsen Media Research numbers released Monday show Fox's 17 weeks of Sunday NFL broadcasts in 1998 delivered an average rating 1% higher than the year before, while CBS ended the season with a…
Pay TV cabler BET Movies/Starz! has hired actor Tom Wright to serve as the web's on-air guest host for the first quarter of 1999.