Warner Bros. TV has inked a three-year, multimillion-dollar overall deal with "Frasier's" Emmy Award-winning supervising producer Rob Greenberg.
Michelle Williams, star of the WB's "Dawson's Creek," is leaving the show for the summer to immerse herself in Off Broadway's "Killer Joe."
New York judge Gerry Sheindlin, husband of reigning TV jurist Judy Sheindlin, has been tapped to replace Ed Koch on the upcoming season of the syndie courtshow "The People's Court."
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Mipdoc, a two-day mart devoted to nonfiction programming, unspools this weekend in Cannes as a prelude to the larger Mip TV trade show.
ONdigital has come out fighting in the battle for the U.K.'s digital TV market, revealing it has signed 110,000 subscribers since its launch in November -- above expectations -- and announcing a…
British TV programs are too dark, slow and insular to challenge U.S. programs for mass audiences outside the U.K., according to a report published by the British government.
Dramatically upping the stakes in its battle with affils, Disney/ABC has decided to go forward with plans to launch an all-soaps cable channel anchored by same-day episodes of the net's sudsers.
Japanese trading company Sumitomo Corp. said this week that it has set up a venture to bring cable TV-based Internet firm @Home Corp. of California to Japan consumers.
"36 Hours to Die" feels so much like a Mafioso homage to Quentin Tarantino's eccentric stylings that it's a wonder the filmmakers didn't just go out and get Tarantino to make this TNT Original pic…
Fox is off to a slow start with its all-animation Tuesday lineup, slipping below the net's season-to-date average for that night despite the arrival of "Futurama" and a "Family Guy" special.