CBS is bumping "Chicago Hope" back to Thursday night and shifting its Tuesday movie to Wednesday so that "60 Minutes II" and the new drama "Judging Amy" can take advantage of the strong "Jag" lead-in…
In what may be a first for network TV, CBS partially owns and is co-producing all six of the new series it has ordered for its fall schedule.
One year after removing many telenovelas from its schedule, Spanish-language broadcaster Telemundo will bring back the popular soap operas at 7 and 8 each night this fall.
And the survey says: Michael Canter has been tapped as exec producer of the latest incarnation of "Family Feud."
Rupert Murdoch's long-awaited entry into Italy's TV market has been delayed once more.
While welcoming NBC's decision to cut back on its cookie-cutter comedies, Madison Avenue insiders are withholding judgment on whether the net's new fall sked will do enough to reverse its recent…
ABC is moving several hit comedies to bolster its Tuesday lineup without "Home Improvement," and the web will dip its toe into the Thursday comedy business.
"Joan of Arc" has led CBS to victory in its big sweeps showdown Sunday vs. NBC's "Atomic Train" and ABC's "Double Platinum."
NBC affils -- who went into their annual meeting Sunday ready to rumble -- left feeling slightly more optimistic about their partnership with the Peacock, despite the lack of any substantive…
So many toddlers, so little plot. That's what ABC offers up in "Half a Dozen Babies," a simpleminded story that showcases the smiles associated with having six children but none of the hardships.
The WB netlet is planning to move two of its franchise dramas, "Charmed" and "Felicity," to new nights, while expanding to a sixth night of programming this fall, with comedies on Fridays.