The eyes and ears of a hungry public will no doubt be tuned to NBC's "Today" show this morning when First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton appears in her first television interview since the White House…
NEW YORK - Lifetime Television has purchased the Monday-Friday off-net rights to Columbia TriStar's one-hour drama "Party of Five," which will debut on the cable network in September.
Karl Herman, father of Danette Herman, executive in charge of talent for the 70th annual Academy Awards, died Thursday of pneumonia in Los Angeles. He was 83.
John Paul (Jay) Monahan III, an attorney and legal analyst for NBC News and husband of "Today" show co-anchor Katie Couric, died Saturday of an undisclosed form of cancer. He was 42.
NBC's NFL run ended with a bang as its Super Bowl XXXII scored an estimated 44.5 rating/67 share and 133 million viewers, which the network said makes it the third-most-watched TV program ever.
Dutch-based Endemol Entertainment has filed suit against Twentieth Television claiming copyright infringement.
EXCLUSIVEIn an unusual display of generosity, the executive producers of Warner Bros. TV's hit series "ER" are sharing their cut of NBC's $850 million license fee with the drama's entire creative and…
The Denver Broncos beating the Green Bay Packers wasn't the only upset at Super Bowl XXXII. Perhaps even more shocking, the game turned out to be a lot better than the commercials, which included…
Gary David Goldberg, who created "Family Ties" and "Brooklyn Bridge" and co-created "Spin City," will receive the Valentine Davies Award from the Writers Guild of America. The nod will be part of…
ABC has pulled its first-year dramas "Cracker" and "Nothing Sacred" from the schedule for February sweeps, and it's likely that only the latter will be back on the primetime slate in March.