Variety will be at NATPE throughout the New Orleans confab.
Lifetime has renewed the drama "Any Day Now" for a third season and reality series "Beyond Chance" for a second season, president and CEO Carole Black announced Wednesday at the Television Critics…
With NATPE days away, one newcomer in the Big Easy will make a run at the big boys. Filmtown Entertainment, whose indie production company produced the features "State and Main" and "Red Letters,"…
Broadway musicals are about to join championship boxing, wrestling extravaganzas and theatrical movies as marquee attractions to lure TV viewers into shelling out more money for pay-per-view.
Basic cable is getting its first crack at the most prestigious of all tennis tournaments, the Wimbledon Championships, thanks to a new three-year deal by Turner Sports' TNT and CNN/SI for 89 hours of…
Former "Law and Order" leading man Benjamin Bratt has signed to star in the USA Network telefilm "After the Storm," based on Ernest Hemingway's short story.
Sibling hyphenates Josh and Jonas Pate ("The Grave") have inked separate deals with Studios USA and USA Films.
Odyssey Network's first original drama series, debuting in the fall, will be based on the short stories of science fiction writer H.G. Wells, Odyssey prexy and CEO Margaret Loesch announced Tuesday…
Emmy-winning thesp James Garner is returning to live-action series television for the first time in nearly 20 years, signing up for a recurring role on the CBS medical drama "Chicago Hope."
time for the debut of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire's" new three-day-a-week schedule, another contestant answered that question Tuesday night.
Seven nights of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" have bequeathed ABC its largest weeklong average audience in four years, while leaving many telecasts on rival networks Nielsen paupers.