Fox Broadcasting Co. will go to a regular seven nights of programming beginning June 21, when its "Fox Night at the Movies" slot will become a weekly entry on the weblet.
TO USE A VERY OLD CLICHE, it's been the best and worst of times for network television lately.
Delta Burke will get a chance to ride on Roseanne Arnold's coattails starting April 6, as the sitcom "Delta" flies into the post-"Roseanne" slot replacing "The Jackie Thomas Show," which will have…
Despite all the talk about network TV's obsession with younger viewers, several veteran actors are showing up on development rosters for next season, including a pilot to star Faye Dunaway and…
"The X-Men" continue to mark the ratings spot for the Fox Children's Network, lifting the affiliate venture to a solid Saturday-morning win among the key children's demographic on Feb. 6.
Pity the Warner Bros. marketing department with this one, which at first comes across like a mean-spirited black comedy and then snowballs into a reasonably powerful portrait of social alienation…
The King of Pop has become the King of Television, as Michael Jackson's interview with Oprah Winfrey drew the highest prime time rating for any non-Super Bowl telecast in nearly a decade -- quickly…
CBS has given Faith Prince -- a Tony winner as Miss Adelaide in the current Broadway revival of "Guys and Dolls"-- a six-episode commitment for a comedy series being developed for next season by…
DAVID STEINBERG, GUESTING ON "The Tonight Show" several years ago, told the following joke:
Susan E. Binford, vice president of corporate and media relations at NBC and head of West Coast publicity for the network, will leave to become senior VP of public relations for the Turner…
O'Hara-Horowitz Prods., the partnership forged three years ago with the NBC miniseries "Switched at Birth," is now at work on an ABC miniseries and two significant anthology projects for NBC.