From a humble start with a few dozen buyers in the 1960s, the L.A. Screenings now attract top international TV execs who play a key role in funding new shows and spend billions on U.S. programming.
'Most Wanted' indeed—from big screen to YouTube to Syfy show, almost 60 years later Jim Henson’s fuzzy friends remain as popular as ever.
Big bodies slamming on the small screen is nothing new. But while wrestling’s entrenched good-vs.-evil story lines may not have varied much from Gorgeous George to Triple H, a TV greybeard has thrived on technology. Here is the view from the ring’s top rope.
ABC hops back into the singing competition game with 'Rising Star,' another twist on a successful overseas formula. In a saturated genre, the network hopes to follow 'The Voice'—and the early days of 'American Idol'—to a gold ratings record, in a format that goes back to radio days.