Twentieth Television has renewed its syndicated court shows "Divorce Court" and "Texas Justice" for the 2003-04 TV season on the Fox O&Os.
CBS will keep the doors open at "Presidio Med" for the remainder of the season. The Warner Bros. TV drama recently moved off life support, as Eye execs moved toward giving the show a full back-nine…
The WB is grounding "Birds of Prey," while Fox is shining a little bit of love on "Firefly." Nothing's official on "Birds," but industry insiders confirm the Frog has told Warner Bros. TV it will not…
With its fall lineup producing explosive Nielsen growth, Kids' WB has decided to give early renewals to a trio of frosh toons.
A small-screen project with Glamour magazine and an update of "Let's Make a Deal" are among several new plumes the Peacock's young syndie division is adding.
ABC Family has renewed "The Last Resort," one of the first projects to debut under network prexy Angela Shapiro's new regime.
CBS has canceled frosh laffer "Bram and Alice" after four episodes. Paramount Network Television-produced skein, from former "Frasier" exec producers Christopher Lloyd and Joe Keenan, got off to a…
Patience paid off for a quartet of frosh CBS skeins Monday as the Eye gave full-season orders to frosh dramas "CSI: Miami," "Hack" and "Without a Trace," along with new laffer "Still Standing."
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.