Goldie Hawn, Chevy Chase’s co-star in the features “Foul Play” and “Seems Like Old Times,” will be the first guest on his latenight series when “The Chevy Chase Show” preems Sept. 7 on Fox Broadcasting Co. Separately, CBS has announced additional guests for the first week of “The Late Show With David Letterman,” including Robin Williams, Martin Short and Debra Winger.
That show preems Aug. 30.
Century Communications on Monday afternoon made Courtroom Television Network available to L.A. customers. The deal coincides with opening testimony in the Reginald Denny beating case. Courtroom TV, which also is covering the ongoing controversialmurder trial of Erik and Lyle Menendez, will air temporarily on Channel 39 in Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and Marina Del Rey and on Channel 43 in L.A. and Santa Monica, switching to Channel 70 come Sept. 1.
Universal Pictures has set a Sept. 10 release date for “The Real McCoy,” starring Kim Basinger and Terence Stamp. The film, directed by Russell Mulcahy, was produced by Martin Bregman, Willi Baer and Michael Bregman.
CapCities/ABC chairman Thomas Murphy and financier Warren Buffett play themselves Friday on “All My Children,” marking the second time the pair have been seen on the daytime soap. The pair said of their October 1991 debuts, “You notice this is not airing in the sweeps.”
The William Morris Agency has announced representation of Chiodo Bros. Prods. — producer of the Saturday morning CBS series “The Amazing Live Sea-Monkeys”– in all areas. Brothers Charles, Stephen and Edward Chiodo also produced and directed the feature “Killer Klowns From Outer Space.”