After losing Keith Olbermann to Fox Sports Net, MSNBC said Monday that "The Big Show With Keith Olbermann" will be replaced by "Hockenberry," anchored by "Dateline NBC" correspondent John Hockenberry.
Fox Entertainment president Peter Roth resigned Monday, and the web is expected to name Comedy Central CEO Doug Herzog to replace him as early as today.
BKS/Bates Entertainment has signed Jeff Kaake, Martin Sheen, Ian McShane, James Remar and Traci Lords to "D.R.E.A.M. Team," a two-hour, $5-million TV-movie pilot for a proposed weekly series in…
Chile's biggest cable operators are showing a profit for the first time, but broadcasters are running at a loss, according to a government monitor.
The 100th episode of "Touched by an Angel" has lifted CBS to an apparent Nov. 9-15 primetime Nielsens household victory, based on preliminary figures, but NBC's "Twister" whipped up enough ratings…
The USA Network has added two cast members to its weekly hour-long series "The Net": Bruce Abbott and Eric Szmanda.
David Bowie will host the second season of "The Hunger," the erotic-horror anthology series that Telescene Film Group produces for the Showtime web.
Marilyn Wilson has exited her post as an exec producer of Columbia TriStar TV Distribution's fledgling syndie talker hosted by Donny and Marie Osmond.
Carol Burnett has taken her collected works out of hibernation and given them to Bruins.
Orly Adelson Prods. begins shooting "No Greater Love" (working title) Nov. 23 in Toronto, with Katey Sagal, Annabeth Gish and Tom Irwin starring in the two-hour telefilm for CBS.
Producer Ed Pressman is close to wrapping up a deal that would give Barry Diller's USA Network the world premiere of the Jean-Claude Van Damme starrer "Legionnaire." Harvesting such a premiere would…
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