A father accused of murdering his two young children may have been aided in finding the boy and girl by BBC documentary filmmakers.
Brazil's media giant Globo has announced a series of new investments in soccer as part of a strategy to strengthen its TV leadership.
The Britt Allcroft Co., best known for "Thomas the Tank Engine," has sealed a three-year co-production deal with Danish media group Egmont Imagination. The companies plan to produce three projects…
The Fox network plans to push back the premiere dates of most of its new fall shows until mid-October or later.
The broadcast networks' annual seeding of a few original entertainment series among the primetime reruns from June to mid-September doesn't stop viewers from defecting to cable or to non-TV…
New Line sister company Turner Broadcasting has backed off from buying the controversial theatrical "American History X" for TBS and TNT, so Barry Diller's USA has jumped in to make the deal.
Nash Entertainment has received a 13-episode midseason commitment from UPN for a reality skein showcasing over-the-top stunts performed by assorted international daredevils.
The WB Network has ordered a comedy pilot from Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment and Warner Bros. TV starring tyro comic Nick Cannon.
Nancy Redford has been named VP of programming and development for Fox Family Channel. She'll report to Joel Andryc, senior VP, kids' programming and development, for Fox Family Worldwide.
Add Barbara Hershey to the list of new faces checking into "Chicago Hope" next season.