"Saturday Night Live" is getting a serious dose of star power for its 24th season, locking in Cameron Diaz, Kelsey Grammer and Jennifer Love Hewitt for early fall guest-host slots.
CBS has won the households race and NBC the adults 18-49 battle in Aug. 17-23 primetime Nielsen results that suggest the worst of the summer doldrums are over.
A Federal court in New York has slapped a Long Island sports bar with a $124,000 fine for stealing the broadcast signals of DirecTV.
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Kerry Stokes' Seven Network has snatched away from arch-rival the Nine Network free-to-air and pay TV rights to the Australia-England "Ashes" Test cricket series in England in 2001 and the next two…
A disappointing 6.64 million households, or 10.3 million people, tuned into HBO highly touted "The Rat Pack" Saturday. The two-hour made-for pic about the Frank Sinatra gang nabbed a 9.1 rating and…
Gotham's ayem chat war just got perkier, with WNYW skedding sunny '70s siblings "Donny & Marie" opposite WABC's long-dominant smile-meisters "Regis & Kathie Lee."
The Jim Henson Co. has signed an exclusive two-year overall deal with Russell Marcus, creator and executive producer of UPN's midseason comedy series "Home Team."
The cable network CBS Eye on People has hired Roy Scheider to host its most ambitious programming venture, the 10-part documentary series "Legends, Icons & Superstars of the 20th Century."
This year, the scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will reach for the stars -- on Hollywood Boulevard.
Warner Bros. TV has inked an overall deal with writer/producer Maria Semple, who will segue from co-executive producer to executive producer of NBC's "Suddenly Susan" midseason.
He may not have knocked off NBC's "Saturday Night Live" as promised, but Saturday's premiere of "The Howard Stern Radio Show" surely lit a fire under the CBS O&Os.