After conducting an extensive search to find its new president, Comedy Central apparently has decided to stay close to home by promoting Larry Divney, 55, the network's longtime executive VP of ad…
"To Serve and Protect" has fired blanks for NBC, but the net's regular Thursday lineup and "The '60s, Part 2" kept the Peacock solidly first in the Feb. 8-14 primetime Nielsens week and in the…
ABC is benching its Tuesday comedy "Sports Night" for the last week of sweeps, and NBC has collapsed its Monday comedy schedule for all of March.
Veteran pay TV exec David Evans has been tapped as president and CEO of the Hallmark Entertainment Network, effective March 1.
Canada's public broadcasting system is in disarray as unionized staff went on strike Wednesday after mediated talks between management and unionized technical workers broke down.
Newly installed Warner Bros. TV president Peter Roth has inked his first overall deal, an exclusive four-year pact worth about $16 million for "Will & Grace" co-creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick.
WCBS has snagged the broadcast rights to preseason New York Jets games from WPIX, firming up the Eye flagship's association with the AFC champs.
HBO has bought the worldwide TV rights to the featherweight-championship fights of Prince Naseem Hamed.
This hourlong dramatization of how French artist Edgar Degas found the muse for his famous images of dancers has the look and feel of an "ABC Afterschool Special" of an earlier TV era.
In exchange for promoting ABC's Sonny and Cher biopic before it premieres on the Alphabet web Feb. 22, VH1 attained the right to televise the made-for-TV film this summer -- years before the typical…
One wouldn't think that a TV show containing the words "Confirmation" and "Hard Evidence" in its title would require a question mark as well. In the case of the lurid and sometimes entertainingly…
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