Scribe-producer Joss Whedon has tapped former tenpercenter Chris Buchanan to serve as prexy of his Mutant Enemy Prods.
Lifetime has ended its agreement with Hearst Entertainment that called for Hearst to produce at least nine of the 12 original movies the network schedules every year.
The stars were aligned at CBS late last week as the net booked top talent to lead its new TV projects.
Viacom won't have to sell off valuable TV stations until the Federal Communications Commission decides the fate of an endangered ownership rule banning a big broadcaster from controlling stations…
Ed Turner, who helped establish CNN as a major respected news organization, died Saturday at George Washington U. Hospital in Washington, D.C., of liver cancer. He was 66.
Paris-based Multithematiques has appointed James W. Wells head of operations in Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and Benelux countries, in addition to his position of managing director at the company's…
The World Wrestling Federation is moving to distinguish its flagship series "Raw" on TNN and "Smackdown" on UPN from each other, assigning specific wrestlers exclusively to each show instead of…
Australia's Pacific Vision has clinched financing for its first production, animated TV series "Yakkity Yak," unveiled a slate of upcoming toons and created a development company.
Reports have heated up over the possible fate of Teutonic TV giant Kirch Group, while leading German politicians have spoken out against the possibility of Silvio Berlusconi acquiring a minority…
Fox puppet laffer "Greg the Bunny" scored solid numbers its first night out, while ABC's "Wednesday 9:30 (8:30 Central)" and CBS' "AFP: American Fighter Pilots" are already headed to the endangered…
It's over and out for "Once and Again," the critically acclaimed ABC drama from Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick that never quite caught on with a mass aud.