With CBS and Fox Broadcasting Co. still working on their lineups for next season, the gossip mill is in full swing, including reports that the Eye web's Tom Arnold sitcom could end up on the fall…
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NBC presented its fall lineup to affiliates and advertisers Monday, with West Coast president Don Ohlmeyer acknowledging that the network was "not going to come back overnight" but saw its lineup as…
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CBS, staring down the barrel of 22 new shows on NBC and ABC next fall, is expected to stand relatively pat with its lineup, based on the assumption that providing viewers some stability and…
NBC's fall schedule demonstrates the network is willing to aggressively challenge other webs' strongest shows in an effort to break out of third place. Now, it's up to viewers to cooperate.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has reached a deal with Columbia Pictures TV on a two-year renewal of the comedy "Married ... With Children," the only surviving series from the initial April 1987 prime time…
ABC has finally set a long-in-the-works deal with Roseanne and Tom Arnold's Wapello County Prods. calling for the couple to develop series and specials for the network (Daily Variety, April 14).
"Good Morning America's" week of remotes from New Zealand produced a series of "g'days," as the ABC morning show easily won the May 3-7 week for Nielsen daytime and fringe ratings.
The ability of networks to keep affiliates from preempting programs came into question again Wednesday, as the CBS owned-and-operated station in New York took steps to bump the network for preseason…
Credit ABC with another provocative exercise in television-for-people-who-don't-like-television -- a six-hour "event series" that makes "Twin Peaks" look like "Mayberry R.F.D." Scheduling this show…