Reeves Entertainment Group, the U.S. production arm of former U.K. broadcaster Thames TV, has notified employees that the company will shut down on July 30.
What happens to a child star (at least, the ones who don't wind up in jail) when he grows up? In this unassuming little comedy, he runs a kids' talent agency, discovers a wayward waif oozing natural…
Producer Fred Silverman and Viacom Prods. have uprooted a deal with Carrot Top, the red-headed comedian who's become the rage on college campuses, and will develop a half-hour sitcom around him as…
Patchett Kaufman Entertainment has acquired rights to a two-part New Yorker article about a high-profile case of alleged sexual abuse in Olympia, Wash., and plans to adapt the project as a four-hour…
The Daytime Emmy telecast pushed ABC ahead of CBS on the final night of the May sweeps -- ending the only suspense left in the NBC/"Cheers"-dominated 28-day ratings survey.
NBC got off to a rousing start with last Sunday's opener of the New York-Chicago NBA Eastern final playoff series, dunking all sports competition with the highest rating ever for a semifinal opener.
New Screen Concepts, the producers of such reality programming as "Yearbook" and CBS' acclaimed "The Body Human" specials, is seeking to expand their program roster with the creation of a wing…
Maintaining that its May sweeps win establishes "a level playing field" for next fall, NBC officials crowed over their record ninth consecutive May crown while CBS and ABC battled down to the wire in…
Reminiscent of old Hollywood, this uneven comedy is probably more interesting for the off-screen grist it provided the tabloid mill than anything on-camera. Still, with its undeniable "feel-good"…
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Producer Leonard Hill has made longtime associate Joel Fields a partner in his independent production company, changing the name from Leonard Hill Films to Hill-Fields Entertainment.