The U.K. company that insures ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" is trying to cancel the Alphabet's policy.
NBC is pulling the critically praised dramedy "Freaks & Geeks" from its lineup for the remainder of February sweeps, while ABC may be ready to launch a new drama opposite NBC's "ER."
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Young Broadcasting plans to turn San Francisco's KRON into an independent, once its affiliation pact with NBC expires at the end of 2001.
In a move that harks back to the golden age of television, Oxygen Media is looking to advertisers to sponsor specific programs.
The TV industry will continue to get skewered for another 22-episode season: Showtime has decided to renew the rookie series "Beggars & Choosers."
Former "Roseanne" star John Goodman could be headed back to series television via a Carsey-Werner-produced project in the works at Fox Broadcasting Co.
NBC is two steps closer to completing its comedy pilot orders. The Peacock, which earlier promised to complete its comedy pickups by next week, greenlit two more laffers on Wednesday.
NBC is pulling the critically praised dramedy "Freaks & Geeks" from its lineup for the remainder of the February sweeps, while ABC may be ready to launch a new drama opposite NBC's "ER."