The FX cable network, pushing to compete in the theatrical-movie arena with TBS, TNT and USA, has gone on a shopping spree, landing a shared window with ABC for "The Green Mile" and "Any Given…
Patrick Dempsey ("Scream 3") is headed for ABC's "Elizabeth Street," inking a deal to star in the fall 2000 Martin Scorsese/James Yoshimura drama pilot.
Mike Tyson's fights used to be automatic pay-per-view events, but for the third time in a row, a Tyson bout will end up on Showtime.
CBS is saying goodbye to "Cosby." The Bill Cosby laffer, produced by Carsey-Werner, will call it quits next month following a four-season run on the Eye, the net plans to announce today.
It's gonna be a long summer: Nielsen is expected to announce today that the 2000-01 TV season will kick off on Oct. 2, two weeks later than usual.
Veteran NBC News correspondent David Bloom has been named co-anchor of the weekend editions of NBC News' "Today."
Just 15 months after taking over as prexy of Fox Entertainment, Doug Herzog ankled the web Wednesday, bringing to a close another turbulent chapter in the history of Fox programming chiefs.
The merger of U.K. cable operators NTL and Cable & Wireless Communications has been approved by Britain's Competition Commission.
Following in the footsteps of Gotham's WCBS, KCBS Los Angeles has yanked frosh syndie yakker "Dr. Joy Browne" from its daytime lineup.
The European Commission has OK'd pay TV giant BSkyB to take a 24% stake in the German Kirch Group's pay TV platform Premiere World.
"Lady Audley's Secret," the newest installment in the "Mystery!" franchise was not a classy book, and Lady Audley is not a classy character, although she could play the role. Rather than a surprising…