Family-oriented broadcaster Pax TV will put the spotlight on America's wives and moms when it screens the 22nd annual Mrs. America Pageant, Sept. 26.
Miramax Films has acquired the video, TV and non-theatrical U.S. rights to Ted Demme's crime drama "Monument Ave.," which Lions Gate will release theatrically on Sept. 25.
Against steep odds, Columbia TriStar TV Distribution has kept its syndie revivals of "The Dating Game" and "The Newlywed Game" alive for a third season, picking up late renewals in Gotham and Los…
USA Network has canceled one of its two highly touted firstrun weekly primetime action hours, "Sins of the City," which premiered six weeks ago in the Saturday-at-10 timeslot.
HBO will relaunch its standalone 24-hour HBO Family Channel in February with a major commitment to original programming, including more than a dozen new shows, the cabler said Tuesday.
DreamWorks TV has signed a talent holding deal with actress Angela Featherstone, who hopes to produce and star in her own sitcom.
WNYW is mounting a massive overhaul of its flagship ayem broadcast "Good Day New York," radically remaking virtually every element of the struggling show in a bid to shore up its sagging ratings.
St. Louis slugger Mark McGwire made the Fox network look smart Tuesday for pre-empting the season premiere of "King of the Hill" and the debut of the sitcom "Costello."
Alliance Communications and A&E Television Networks are fighting over the use of the word "biography."
Jamie Cardriche, a former star of the UPN series "Malcolm & Eddie," has filed a $5 million breach of contract lawsuit against the show's producers for firing him, and further charges producers with…
FCC chairman Bill Kennard told congressional leaders Friday that a federal court "can and should" postpone the planned cutoff of network signals for satcast subscribers until Feb. 1.