Comedian Drew Carey is showing his libertarian leanings and will enjoy a little civil disobedience before lunch today.
The WB netlet has pulled the plug on its midseason drama "Three," and will launch a new comedy block in its Monday 9-10 p.m. slot in April, the network has confirmed.
South Africa has just awarded its first commercial TV license to a consortium that involves Time Warner as a minority partner.
AMC is creating a niche cable network, but with a difference -- the program service will make its debut on the World Wide Web on May 1, months before it appears as a 24-hour cable channel.
France's leading TV network, TF1, was the big winner at the 12th edition of the 7 D'Or Television Awards (the French equivalent of the Emmy Awards).
David Duchovny's long-desired wish has finally come true: "The X-Files" is officially packing up and moving its production base from Vancouver, B.C., to Los Angeles for the sixth season of the Fox…
Paramount Network TV has signed an exclusive two-year overall deal with writer Daniel Petrie Jr., president of the Writer's Guild of America West.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has reported a correction to the 1998 Emmy rule book.
German United Distributors, a joint venture of major German studios and pubcasters, will have its international debut at the April 3-8 Mip TV market in Cannes.
The Chris-Craft/United TV station group has dashed the hope of sitcom distributors that it would pull away from its firm policy of demanding exclusive rights to rerun comedies.
British Digital Broadcasting, the digital terrestrial TV group, is in negotiations with Viacom to include services such as MTV and Nickelodeon in BDB's planned launch of 15 channels this fall.