Columbia TriStar TV has inked a three-year, first-look deal with Paul Haggis, the Emmy Award-winning creator of "EZ Streets" and "Due South," whose drama pilot "Family Law" was picked up by CBS on…
After just three episodes, UPN has renewed its animated comedy "Dilbert" for next season.
In yet another sign that significant changes are in the works for the Eye web's NFL pregame show, CBS confirmed Wednesday that Fox Sports game analyst Jerry Glanville is joining "The NFL Today"…
Showtime has picked up the film rights to "Strange Justice," the controversial bestseller about behind-the-scenes maneuverings in the Anita Hill/Clarence Thomas scandal passed on by Fox and Turner.
With the fall drama pilot orders nearly wrapped, the broadcast networks, with the glaring exceptions of NBC and the WB, are turning inhouse for an unprecedented number of projects.
CBS continues to rally on Tuesdays, winning Feb. 9 in households with its top-rated single-part Tuesday movie since December 1996.
Sex, drugs and reunions are the dominate themes of programs announced for this year's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival.
The successful PBS documentary franchise "The American Experience" grows with "Rescue at Sea," a sharply produced hour that makes impressive use of low-key dramatic re-creations as a subdued backdrop…
Monday's childbirth episode of "7th Heaven" has delivered the highest house-holds results in the history of the WB netlet, a 7.3 rating, 11 share.
A morality play disguised as horror, this three-part miniseries should win over a few remaining Stephen King holdouts while reinforcing the devotion of legions of fans.