CBS will reportedly move "In the Heat of the Night" into its vacant 9 p.m. Wednesday hour starting Jan. 12, replacing the venerable MGM TV drama with "How'd They Do That?" Thursdays at 8.
Time Warner's Gerald Levin, Sony Corp.'s Michael Schulhof, QVC's Barry Diller and News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch are among the latest industry notables added to the Academy of Television Arts…
CBS and NBC are facing a game of chicken over National Football League broadcast rights after Fox Broadcasting Co.'s staggering acquisition of National Football Conference games for an estimated $…
The Citizen's Task Force on TV Violence Wednesday recommended entertainment industry adoption of a code -- patterned after Canada -- that bars showing "gratuitous, dramatized" violence between the…
After two airings CBS has decided to renew the new serial "Second Chances" through the rest of the season, ordering 13 additional episodes.
Everything really did come up roses for CBS in the metered markets Sunday, as the web's three-hour telecast of "Gypsy" belted out some big Nielsen numbers.
Producer Stan Rogow -- who moved from NBC Prods. to Paramount in February 1992 as one of then-chairman Brandon Tartikoff's first signings -- has inked a new two-year exclusive deal with Paramount…
The title is certainly a misnomer. This crackling thriller will have a long, prosperous box office flight and promises to give the first John Grisham film adaptation, "The Firm," a run for its money…
Exec producer Jay Daniel is leaving Carsey-Werner Co.'s "Roseanne" after a four-year affiliation with the series.
On the Jack Lemmon-Walter Matthau scale, "Grumpy Old Men" comes closer to the languor of "Buddy, Buddy" than the inspired lunacy of "The Odd Couple" or "The Fortune Cookie," saddling the two old pros…