Primetime TV will be grooving when UPN broadcasts the Source Hip-Hop Music Awards on Aug. 20.
Former "Savannah" siren Jamie Luner has been tapped to replace Ally Walker as the lead in NBC's returning drama "Profiler."
The WB is changing the name of its Castle Rock-produced ani comedy "The Downtowners," heading off a potential conflict with a similarly titled ani skein bowing on MTV next month.
Writer-producer Ann Donahue has inked a two-year production pact with NBC Studios that calls for her to exec produce the Peacock's new comedy "M.Y.O.B." from filmmaker Don Roos.
It's only rock 'n' roll, but suddenly NBC really likes it -- and that has execs at CBS doing a slow burn.
With contract renewal season in full swing, "Entertainment Tonight" reporters Lisa Canning, Chris Wragge and Mindy Burbano have been released from Paramount's long-running TV mag.
The Fox Network has grabbed three runs of Columbia Pictures' "Big Daddy" without having to buy the broadcast rights to five other theatricals it was not interested in.
Women's cabler Lifetime will pony up about $58 million for the cable rerun rights to the sitcom "Mad About You" for a four-year license term beginning in March 2002.
The folks who run the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival like to call their event "the Cannes of comedy," and there's some truth to this.
The Sci-Fi Channel scores a big coup with "Curse of the Blair Witch," a unique television special made in conjunction with Artisan Entertainment. It's no coincidence that Sci-Fi airs this special the…
The summer heat boiled up some much-needed ratings help for some syndie yakkers as ratings jumped for most shows, according to the latest national syndie ratings report. In fact, with schools letting…