Halfway through the largely disastrous Gallipoli campaign of WWI, a company of British men, most of them workers from a royal estate, entered the fray and were never seen again. Their fate remained a…
The Outdoor Life Network is adding a pair of new series, with "The Cousteau Chronicles" and "REI Great Adventures" joining its roster on March 7 and 26, respectively.
Encouraged by the fact that preteens will sit through marathons of "Saved by the Bell," MTV Films makes its debut with a "making of a boy band" telepic that draws on syndicated Saturday ayem TV's…
The New York digital cable wars have begun. Time Warner Cable of New York City has begun offering 100,000 of its Queens subscribers a new digital service that will deliver more than 200 options.
FXM: Movies From Fox, the struggling Fox-owned cable network, has landed some important deals with cable operators, prompting a new name -- Fox Movie Channel -- and a general makeover.
Producers Jonathan Mostow and Hal Lieberman have inked a multiyear pact to develop drama programming for Studios USA.
Rapidly emerging as one of the biggest pic production houses in Spain, Barcelona-based Filmax has announced an exclusive three-year output deal with the Telefonica Media-controlled pay TV operator…
The WB is pulling the plug on midseason laffer "Brutally Normal," while UPN is ready to do the same with its animated half-hour "Dilbert."
In another example of nets stepping up efforts to diversify their skeds, CBS has greenlit production on a one-hour dramedy expected to feature an all- Hispanic cast.
Anita Hill, who gained national fame as a witness in the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, will join Court TV's "Crier Today" as a regular contributor.
Showtime has renewed its sitcom "Rude Awakenings" for a third season and cancelled its other half-hour comedy "Linc's."