Three days after Los Angeles was injured by earthquake and aftershocks, the insults to business-as-usual in Hollywood continued.
Chevy Chase finally delivered some latenight ratings ... but it was on CBS' "Late Show With David Letterman."
Foxstar Prods., the in-house Fox TV production unit headed by former Twentieth TV prexy Steve Bell, is in full swing on a development slate reliant in part on mining the studio's library togenerate…
Aftershocks to Monday's Northridge earthquake made it difficult for the entertainment industry -- especially TV productions -- to get back into action Wednesday.
Still reeling from the early ayem pounding of the most powerful earthquake to hit L.A. this century, Hollywood took stock of the damage Tuesday as engineers at the major film and TV studios sifted…
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
Fox Broadcasting Co. had something to smile about before the ground started shaking as its new sitcom, "The George Carlin Show," got off to a strong startSunday, according to preliminary Nielsen…
Local broadcasters, already reeling through Southern California's economic recession, were dealt another blow by the massive earthquake that rocked the San Fernando Valley early Monday.
Plans to do some Malibu location filming for Universal's "seaQuest DSV" nearly ran aground Thursday after one of the beachside residents cried foul over the prospect of late-night gunfire and…
The information superhighway remains a nebulous concoction that won't be built by telephone companies who "know nothing about programming," CBS/Broadcast Group president Howard Stringer told visiting…