Scandinavian channel launcher Modern Times Group (MTG) will start up a sports channel across Scandinavia, upping the stakes once again in what has become a heated battle over pay TV in the Nordic…
Alliance Atlantis has pulled the plug on its Pax TV drama series "Little Men" after 13 segs.
Alec Baldwin's recent televised rant against House Judiciary Chairman Henry Hyde, R-Ill., has angered members of Congress, and they are calling MPAA prexy Jack Valenti to complain.
Network and cable TV's relentless pursuit of the 18-49 demographic is leaving aging baby boomers out in the cold, actress Candice Bergen told New York Women in Film & Television's annual holiday…
Former "Savannah" and "Melrose Place" star Jamie Luner is returning to the WB netlet under an exclusive comedy and drama development deal.
Discovery Communications will invest up to $350 million to create Discovery Health Media, which will launch a new cable net devoted to health and medical programming, Discovery announced Thursday.
NBC has ordered six hourlong episodes of a remake of 1950s series "You Asked for It" from Nash Entertainment and NBC Studios for midseason.
Fox has canceled its sitcom "Holding the Baby," while NBC has completed production on the original 13 episodes of Paramount's Nathan Lane comedy "Encore! Encore!" and has decided not to pick up the…
The U.S. bombing of Iraq sent cable news ratings skyrocketing Wednesday evening, while limited broadcast network coverage apparently stirred nothing more than average primetime viewership levels.
It's the end of an era at 4, 5, 6 and 11 p.m. for KNBC: Longtime news anchor Kelly Lange is exiting NBC's Los Angeles O&O at the end of the month after a 28-year run.
TBS Superstation greenlit production on the original half-hour comedy "Channel of the Apes," a move that highlights TBS' increased commitment to original series.
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