Looking to topline a sitcom next fall, Courtney Thorne-Smith will leave "Ally McBeal" at the completion of her third season on the show.
Wink Communications said Monday that it has signed a deal with Sony to provide its patented interactive TV services to the latter's set-top boxes built for satcaster DirecTV.
Watching the 8 p.m. news followed by the evening show at 9 p.m. is a long-standing ritual in France.
After two years of mixed results in syndication, the Easter Seals has signed with Pax TV to air the charity org's annual fund-raising special.
Fox is giving its low-rated frosh drama "Get Real" another shot at success.
"Dharma & Greg" star Thomas Gibson will be paid $1.5 million to co-star with Bai Ling in "The Monkey King," a four-hour NBC miniseries mounted by Robert Halmi's Hallmark Entertainment.
David Letterman -- who underwent open-heart surgery just five weeks ago -- will return to the "Late Show" part-time, beginning Monday.
TV's lemming-like rush toward gameshows has hit a speedbump: CBS is pulling quizzer "Winning Lines" from its sked for the remainder of the February sweeps.
Italy's TV group Sitcom has announced the launch of four new digital channels to be distributed in Italy and continental Europe.
Granite Broadcasting has agreed to pay NBC a whopping $362 million to align its San Jose station KNTV with the network for 10 years beginning in 2002.
Fox has scored a major victory in the race to find the next big family comedy hit, landing ex-"Roseanne" star John Goodman for a new laffer from the Carsey-Werner Co.