A whopping increase in the number of young-adult viewers has helped land a second-season renewal from ESPN for "Beg, Borrow & Deal," its weekly primetime entertainment-reality series.
She got her butt stuck under a table, gave her lawyer a lap dance and slurred through much of her show's premiere -- drawing scathing reviews along the way.
FX will not renew "Son of the Beach," the basic cabler's first original scripted series.
King World will pocket another $100 million for a two-year renewal of "Wheel of Fortune" and "Jeopardy" on WABC New York, KABC Los Angeles and WLS Chicago plus four other ABC-owned TV stations.
So exactly how did the 800 overseas TV program buyers finally rate the upcoming fall network series -- and did they actually buy any of them?
Tribune Broadcasting has come to the rescue of Warner Bros. syndicated talker "Jenny Jones," which was in danger of being silenced after its more than 10-year run.
Gannett-owned stations have reupped NBC Enterprises' rookie strip "The Other Half" for another season, even as it ranks in last place among all yakkers.
Live from New York it's E! Entertainment. In an exclusive, multiyear deal, E! Networks has licensed the entire library of NBC's "Saturday Night Live," most of which has been based at Comedy Central…
Kids' WB! has booked five of its most successful shows for another season.
The WB will close its chapter on "Felicity" at the end of this season, after opting not to re-up the 4-year-old college drama for another season.