With the Olympics over, relative normalcy returned to daytime and fringe ratings during the Feb. 28-March 4 week, though CBS seemed to be experiencing a mild, pleasant Olympic hangover.
ABC, which has been playing around with a Saturday-night "family movie" since January, has cemented plans to continue the strategy with its 1994-95 fall sked.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
While this gimmicky episode is only a middling effort, the half-hour nevertheless showcases elements that have made this third-year show such an enormous commercial hit as well as an underrated…
Producer David Brooks is prepping a slate of telefilms even as he looks to set a new deal to supplant his expiring 18-month relationship with Citadel Entertainment.
The spread of news shows on primetime TV is the latest bad news for producers of longform TV dramas. Expensive one-hour series, telepics and minis have been a tough sell for a few years.
Call this "The Getaway Lite." Despite considerable energy and occasional laughs, this latest effort from youthful writer/director Adam Rifkin too often feels like it was written by Beavis and…
Fox Broadcasting Co. closed out the February sweeps on a high note, "Tom" got off to an OK start and ABC's final installment of "Heaven and Hell" went down in flames, according to Nielsen results for…
NBC has renewed its entire Thursdaysitcom block, the centerpiece of the web's primetime lineup, through next season.
Former "In Living Color" producer Tamara Rawitt has been named exec producer of the new ABC daytime series "Mike & Maty," which is scheduled to replace the "Home" show starting April 11.