With much of the syndie product out of the starting gate, the surprise winners may be the stations that opted for less-pricey product.
Turner Broadcasting's TNT has outbid Rupert Murdoch's FX and Barry Diller's USA Network to claim the first network window of Artisan Entertainment's supernatural thriller "Stir of Echoes."
As the networks charge into the new primetime Nielsen season, NBC still looks like the web to beat in adults 18-49, while CBS seems secure as king of the households hill.
The Eye's wide open for business on Monday nights. That's the key message to emerge from the first night of the 1999-2000 season, which kicked off Monday with CBS getting solid sampling for its new…
What would happen if Doogie Howser had to work with Stephen King? Never thought about it? You will now, thanks to this intermittently amusing new comedy blessed with what may turn out to be a…
Attention, all aspiring TV show creators: Fox Family Channel wants your pitches.
Series pilots simply don't come much slicker -- or whiter -- than this droll and edgy hour from "Sports Night" exec producer Aaron Sorkin and "ER" guru John Wells; it may wind up as Hollywood's…
In its second big satellite rights deal in just six months, HBO Latin America Group has signed an exclusive satellite carriage deal for Brazil with satcaster Galaxy Latin America (GLA).
Cool, man. The guy behind "That '70s Show" has inked an overall development deal with that Carsey-Werner shop.
Hallmark Entertainment has inked a deal with Kensington Publishing to publish books complementing its six 1999-2000 Hallmark miniseries. The books will be distributed domestically and internationally…
The one-armed man is back. CBS has given a pilot commitment to a new small-screen rendition of "The Fugitive" from Warner Bros. TV, and producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson and John McNamara.