NBC is shuffling its Monday sitcom sked again, pulling the plug on struggling frosh laffer "Conrad Bloom" and replacing it with sophomore sitcom "Working."
CBS is going the extra mile for its launch of "60 Minutes II." Hoping to maximize tune-in for the newsmag spinoff's Jan. 13 premiere, Eye execs have decided to dump the web's usual underperforming…
Two out of every three new pay TV subscribers are picking DBS over cable, even though local channels are still not available from satcasters, according to an FCC report on competition in the…
The English Football League is close to a deal with satcaster BSkyB for the broadcast of a series of pay-per-view soccer matches.
Just call it perky vs. persnickety: "Friends" overtook "Seinfeld" as the most-watched syndie off-net sitcom strip for the first time in the week ended Dec. 13.
NBC is in talks with Turner Broadcasting-owned World Championship Wrestling to carry a primetime two-hour wrestling special during the February 1999 sweeps.
Rainbow Media's MSG Metro Guide has signed former New York City Mayor Ed Koch as the local cable channel's full-time movie critic, said sources close to Rainbow.
Mili Avital ("Polish Wedding"), Dougray Scott ("Ever After: A Cinderella Story"), Rufus Sewell ("Dangerous Beauty"), Jason Scott Lee ("The Jungle Book") and Tcheky Karyo ("Addicted to Love") will…
Amid continued skepticism in Hollywood about its long-term viability, the four-month-old Pax TV weblet is heading into 1999 with plans to raise its profile by delivering more original programming…
Talk TV veteran Amy Rosenblum has been upped to exec producer of Studios USA's talkshow strip hosted by Maury Povich.
Gotham TV producer Broadcast News Networks has been signed by Court TV to produce episodes of "Crime Stories," the cable web's new one-hour series.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions