A more accurate title than "Dean Koontz's 'Mr. Murder'" might be, "You See One Baldwin, You've Seen 'Em All. In this tepid and odd two-nighter, not even Stephen Baldwin's family can differentiate him…
The teenage boys and young-adult males who made "South Park" a phenomenon last year have started to abandon the Comedy Central series, causing the show's ratings in cable homes to plummet by a…
The USA Network will try to build an audience in the early evening for a new soap opera set in working-class Queens.
The U.K.'s Independent Television Commission is revoking the license of Med TV, the Kurdish satellite channel suspended last month for supporting acts of terrorism against Turkey.
Viewer interest in the Columbine High School shooting has propelled CBS' "48 Hours" to its first-ever households victory over slot rival "ER" in Nielsen results for April 22.
TV production vets Steven Bochco ("NYPD Blue"), David E. Kelley ("Ally McBeal," "The Practice") and Ed Zwick ("thirtysomething") will be headlining "The Television Author: Shaping Character and…
After nearly two years of false starts, French Culture Minister Catherine Trautmann's reformed audiovisual regulation is finally getting a proper hearing.
ABC scored a double victory Thursday at the 60th annual Overseas Press Club Awards, snagging honors for business and human rights reporting.
Italian pubcaster RAI and the International Herald Tribune (IHT), which is jointly owned by the New York Times and the Washigton Post, announced Thursday in Rome a strategic alliance in the field of…
A sweet snapshot of America's elderly, "The Personals: Improvisations on Romance in the Golden Years" is a delicate look at loneliness and the life lessons collected by a group of energetic senior…