Fluffy, not stuffy. That's what summer programming is traditionally about and, with that in mind, the producers of "I Know What You Did Last Summer," offer up "Class Warfare," a slickly produced teen…
The CBS owned-and-operated TV station group has picked up the Monday-Friday syndie version of ABC's primetime gamer "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" for a fall 2002 start in broadcast syndication.
Nonfiction programming guru Bruce Nash wants to take the fear factor out of reality TV.
It had to happen: The series of "...for Dummies" books is coming to television. Hungry Minds, the publisher of the books, has signed a deal with Randall Prods. to turn out "Pregnancy for Dummies," a…
The Hallmark Channel has commissioned its first original series, the 13-episode contemporary drama "University."
Peter Bart: The Backlot
Plenty of advertising/promotions and design execs were roaming around Promax last week, which wrapped Saturday, but there were fewer station reps at the four day conference than at last year's confab…
New Line Television won’t be going forward with its syndie actioner “Hard Knox,” although the show was cleared on TV stations in more than 90% of the country for a fall preem. Company cited…
In a victory for broadcasters, the direct satellite industry must offer all the local stations in a market or none at all, a federal judge ruled last week.
Deep discounts at NBC and ABC fueled sales in the network upfront ad market Friday, but the Peacock could see the value of its upfront sales drop 14%, the Alphabet 20%, thanks to ratings dips last…
While the number of L.A. area Emmy nominations and awards per station obviously varies, the number of submissions varies quite dramatically from station to station as well.