National Geographic Television said it will create a specialized group to develop programming for the National Geographic Channels Worldwide.
Rebecca DeMornay, Keith Carradine and Ellen Burstyn are set to star in the Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation "Night Ride Home" for CBS. Shooting began Wednesday in Portland, Ore.
The pinkslips started flying en masse Thursday at CBS News, with division topper Andrew Heyward promising staffers that the House that Murrow built "will prevail" despite the loss of roughly 150…
Three series have premiered strongly in TV syndication: Rysher Entertainment's five-a-week court show "Judge Mills Lane," the weekly MGM action hour "Stargate SG-1" and reruns of Warner Bros…
ABC is close to making a 13-episode commitment to Miramax's first primetime TV series, a new drama called "Wasteland" from "Dawson's Creek" creator and "Scream" screenwriter Kevin Williamson.
UPN has been dealt another significant setback with mediocre premieres for its new Tuesday lineup, while WB's "Felicity" has cooled noticeably in its second try.
Fox Broadcasting Co.'s Sunday comedy "That '70s Show" has become the first new series of the season to receive a back-nine order, rounding out a full season of episodes.
American Move Classics will premiere its original docu, "Lee Marvin: A Personal Portrait by John Boorman," on Nov. 17 at 10 p.m. (ET).
Once regarded as a stomping ground for standup comics, a haven for other network's syndicated successes and the cable network that bought "Absolutely Fabulous" to the United States and launched…
The layoffs at CBS News have begun. Several staffers at CBS' "This Morning" were told by executive producer Al Berman Wednesday that they were among the 200-300 Eye web employees being cut from the…
Shooting a sitcom in New York was a pipe dream for the executive producers of "Spin City," starring Michael J. Fox.