V.I.P," the Pamela Anderson Lee-starrer from Columbia TriStar TV Distribution, led the field in a tight November sweeps race among frosh syndie weeklies, according to Nielsen's latest national syndie…
Twentieth Century Fox TV has inked an exclusive, seven-figure overall deal with Vince Gilligan, co-executive producer of "The X-Files" and screenwriter of the feature film "Home Fries."
Spanish-lingo web Univision ventures into the latenight talkshow arena tonight with the launch of "Mucho Gusto," hosted by telenovela star Laura Zapata.
Actress Cindy Williams ("Laverne and Shirley") has been cast in the "Patty Duke Show Reunion Movie," a CBS telepic starring original castmembers from the '60s series, including Patty Duke, William…
Veteran local news anchor Christine Lund has exited KABC, again. Lund, who has been off the air for more than a month while battling pneumonia and a broken leg, had planned to ankle KABC at year’s…
Negotiators for ABC and the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians returned to the table last week under a news blackout that by Thursday had fallen apart.
After months of speculation and second-guessing, "60 Minutes II" finally has a timeslot and an official launch date on CBS: Wednesdays at 9 p.m., starting Jan. 13.
FROM THE WESTERN CABLE SHOW Integrating television and the Internet without government interference continued to be a hot topic Thursday at the Western Cable Show in Anaheim.
FROM THE WESTERN CABLE SHOWBravo's interview series "Inside the Actors Studio" has signed up a list of A-level film talent, including Steven Spielberg and Robert De Niro, for its upcoming shows.
"Armageddon" screenwriter and executive producer Jonathan Hensleigh is the latest prominent filmmaker to try his hand at TV.
FROM THE WESTERN CABLE SHOWIt may be tougher than ever for fledgling cable webs to clear channel space, but a handful of cable nets managed to secure additional distribution at the Western Cable Show…