Robert Conrad is back at work on two projects for NBC -- including a two-hour movie/backdoor pilot, "Search and Rescue," developed originally last year for CBS.
As officials have noted, television violence may very well contribute to violence in society, reason enough for greater vigilance and self-policing; however, to pass off existing research as a…
NBC will offer early premieres of two of its new fall series -- Tuesday sitcoms "The John Larroquette Show" and "The Second Half"-- and will debut its Thursday sitcom lineup Sept. 16.
KRON-TV in San Francisco will end its 18-month test of early West Coast primetime and return to the traditional 8-11 p.m. hours beginning Sept. 6, the NBC affiliate announced Wednesday.
"Good Morning America" widened its lead over NBC's "Today" in Nielsen daytime and fringe ratings for July 19-23, while "Nightline" scored its fourth consecutive household ratings win in latenight.
Sen. Paul Simon bluntly told members of the broadcast industry Monday that either they must exercise greater self-restraint in regard to violent programming or Congress will step in and do it for…
Put under a spotlight that included blazing TV cameras and a circuslike atmosphere -- and despite the cautionary remarks of Sen. Paul Simon -- it was for the most part an unrepentant television…
CBS and Viacom Intl. have settled all pending litigation between them over payments due for distribution of certain TV programs owned by the network.
After weeks of banter about television violence, more than 400 members of the industry will hole up in Beverly Hills today for a daylong conference on the issue, which is skedded to include a keynote…
Earnest and well-acted, Steve Zaillian's directorial debut explores the price of being a child prodigy while seeking to bring excitement to chess -- becoming a kind of cerebral "The Karate Kid." It's…