Cable web FX's two new original series -- "Bobcat's Big Ass Show" and "Penn & Teller's Sin City Spectacular" -- haven't been ratings home runs out of the gate, but network execs said that they're…
Comcast Corp., the fourth largest cable operator in the U.S., will fold its underperforming home-shopping channel Q2 and replace it with Style, the new spin-off network of E! Entertainment TV.
GUEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES Mel Brooks — “Mad About You” (NBC). GUEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES Emma Thompson — “Ellen” (ABC). GUEST ACTOR IN A DRAMA SERIES John Larroquette — “The Practice”…
NBC and its big bucks miniseries "Merlin" conjured up Emmy magic Saturday night, with the Peacock web coming out far ahead of its rivals in the creative arts portion of the 50th annual Primetime Emmy…
The Museum of Television & Radio plans to hold a series of screenings titled "Lawrence Olivier: Four Crowning Achievements" at the museum's two outposts in New York and Los Angeles.
As animated heroines go, Eliza Thornberry ain't much: gravity-defying pigtails, braces, poor communication skills with humans. But the new Nickelodeon cartoon series, "The Wild Thornberrys," is…
Fox Broadcasting Co. has ordered seven more episodes of the reality series "Guinness World Records," bringing the total order for what started out as a summer series to a full 22 episodes.
The embarrassing "Cousin Skeeter" answers the intriguing question: What would the 1980s NBC comedy "ALF" have been like if its puppet were a jive-talker with a 'tude?
Playboy Enterprises has applied for a license to launch two digital pay-TV channels in Germany.
Minister of state for broadcasting M.A. Naqvi has accused S.S. Gill, CEO of pubcaster Doordarshan, and some top broadcasting officials of corruption and hinted of a government probe into the matter.
Argentina's independent cable operators plan to introduce premium services this year, following pacts with U.S.-backed programmers HBO Ole and LAPTV.