Paramount's "Hard Copy" inked its highest weekly rating ever in Nielsen syndication rankings Jan. 10-16, recording only its third finish ever ahead of rival Twentieth TV strip "A Current Affair."
Bill Sheinberg has joined Spelling TV as senior VP/development, the company confirmed. Sheinberg, who had spent the previous seven years at MTM TV, has assumed a new post responsible for developing…
The post-earthquake malaise continued to hover over the entertainment industry Monday, as studio employees, executives and production crews struggled to get back to work.
Columbia Pictures TV Distribution will continue its expansion into firstrun with 26 new episodes of "Forever Knight," the one-hour Gothic action series that's been airing as part of CBS' latenight…
LMNO Prods. and CBS Entertainment Prods. will produce a one-hour special/reality series pilot, "Beyond Belief," that would serve as a possible companion for LMNO's reality hour, "How'd They Do That?"
Warren Littlefield, the subject of frequent speculation during the last two years as NBC slid from first to third in primetime, has signed a new multiyear agreement to continue as president of NBC…
No sooner had Hollywood begun to resume its normal rhythms and activity Friday -- however tentatively -- then a new series of strong aftershocks sent many people home.
Chevy Chase finally delivered some latenight ratings ... but it was on CBS' "Late Show With David Letterman."
The National Football League playoffs are grinding up some major Nielsen yardage heading into Sunday's conference championships and the Super Bowl, with NBC coverage topping corresponding CBS games…
Three days after Los Angeles was injured by earthquake and aftershocks, the insults to business-as-usual in Hollywood continued.
Aftershocks to Monday's Northridge earthquake made it difficult for the entertainment industry -- especially TV productions -- to get back into action Wednesday.