The battle of the sexes is on. "SexWars," a half-hour strip from MGM Worldwide Television Group, is a firm go for broadcast syndication this fall, having been cleared on broadcast TV stations in 22…
As the sun blazed down on the Croisette for the first time this week, Mip TV drew to a close Thursday on a sunny note, with record attendance of 2,776 companies, up 8% from last year.
NBC programming vet Karey Burke has signed a new two-year deal with the Peacock, under which she has been named executive vice president of primetime series development.
The talk show "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" hasn't hit the airwaves yet, but it's already sparking chat in TV land.
Vincent Spano has signed to cry "Freedom," landing the lead in the UPN pilot from Joel Silver's Silver Pictures and Warner Bros. Television.
Disney plans to dramatically up its TV channel presence in Europe by replacing its single feeds with three or four channels, beginning in the U.K., Germany and France.
CBS Broadcast Intl. and ad-buying powerhouse MediaCom are pacting for a joint venture that could result in a dramatic uptick in the number of U.S. productions sold to overseas markets on a non-cash…
With a deal from Disney to premiere "The Sixth Sense" on TV just 30 days after homevideo, the pay-per-view industry is expecting the 10th biggest theatrical release of all time to become the biggest…
As part of its negotiations to move "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" to the WB from ABC, Viacom Prods has secured a pilot commitment from the Frog net.
Despair and hopelessness form the intersection at which Charles Dutton studies a drug-addled world that's painfully real and overwhelming. "The Corner's" inhabitants, in parts one and two of this…