Fox Broadcasting Co. is dropping out of the Nancy Kerrigan-Tonya Harding TV movie competition, according to sources.
Paramount figures to blast away the competition with its third spin of "The Naked Gun," loaded with the usual barrage of irreverent, politically incorrect and virtually non-stop gags. Even in light…
Bruce Helford, creator and exec producer of the new Disney-NBC series "Someone Like Me," has left the show, which premiered on Monday.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences have apparently resolved a dispute over the Daytime Emmy Awards, which will air May 25 on ABC, with…
Two detectives and their supervisor have been suspended for signing a pre-trial deal with telefilm producers relating to the high-profile case in which they were testifying.
"Beethoven" and "Free Willy," two features with strong youth appeal, will both be making the transition to network television next fall as animated Saturday-morning series.
NBC is trying to strike first in the three-way Harding-Kerrigan movie derby, announcing an April 30 airdate for its unauthorized account, "The Tonya & Nancy Story."
CBS has confirmed plans to bring "Late Show With David Letterman" to Los Angeles the week of May 9-13, as reported (Daily Variety, Jan. 31).
"The Critic" could be using its thumbs to hitchhike from ABC over to Fox Broadcasting Co.
Billy Graham helped put a damper on CBS' so-called "halo effect" from the Winter Olympics as ABC survived a furious weekend assault by the Eye network to take Nielsen gold for the March 7-13 week.