HBO has finalized the cast of its original film "RKO 281," the behind-the-scenes story of the making of "Citizen Kane" and how the controversy surrounding the film damaged its box office.
Comedy pilot season marches on at NBC with two more Peacock pickups from its inhouse NBC Studios production arm.
Former Warner Bros. TV topper Tony Jonas has hung out his indie production shingle on the WB lot after inking an exclusive production and development pact with the studio.
Joining two titans of the miniseries -- Peter Strauss ("Rich Man, Poor Man," "Masada") and Rachel Ward ("The Thorn Birds") -- in one longform drama is an inspired idea that doesn't quite pay off in…
Frosh sitcom "Will & Grace" is finally getting its turn in the Thursday spotlight as part of an NBC sked shuffle that includes the debut of the new Witt-Thomas laffer "Everything's Relative" and an…
The National Basketball Assn. has inked a deal with satcaster Galaxy Latin America for daily live carriage of regular season games through next year.
ONdigital is partnering with SDN, the digital terrestrial TV consortium, to create a digital terrestrial pay-per-view service.
Turner Classic Movies announced that actress/musician Courtney Love will narrate its upcoming original documentary "Clara Bow: Discovering The It Girl," an hour-long retrospective on one of the…
A British TV institution will be thrown on the scrapheap Friday when ITV's "News at Ten" makes its final broadcast after 32 years at the heart of the web's primetime schedule.
Fox News Channel kept up its January Nielsen momentum last month, scoring its second consecutive primetime ratings win over rival MSNBC.
NBC and its "Alice in Wonderland" charmed adults 18-49, but the Grammy Awards and the "Doris Duke" conclusion propelled CBS to first in households, with the highest weeklong rating for any net this…
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