YOU KNOW THAT OLD SUPERSTITION about famous people dying in threes? So what's going to go next at NBC?
Director Jonathan Lynn, currently plying his trade theatrically in Buena Vista's "The Distinguished Gentleman," has entered into an exclusive overall television deal with Columbia Pictures TV…
In a stunning turn of events, "Cheers"--the longest-running comedy series on prime time TV--will not be back for another season, representing an enormous blow to NBC's fortunes for the 1993-94…
NBCenjoyed a strong week in late night for the Nov. 23-27 Nielsen week, while "Good Morning America" notched its third consecutive win over "Today" to finish with a better average for the November…
NBC is expected to premiere the new Barry Levinson-produced drama "Homicide: Life on the Street" behind Super Bowl XXVII in January, providing the Reeves Entertainment hour a massive lead-in to…
While it's hard to call a film with Mel Gibson "a sleeper," Warner Bros. has a big, rousing, old-fashioned romance hit on its hands, if it can just get people to take the ride. A perfect "women's…
Mr. Murphy goes to Washington and the big winner is Mickey Mouse, as Disney figures to cash in with a hefty honorarium from this uneven but occasionally quite funny political satire. Those tired of…
"The Simpsons" are getting a new foster parent, with James L. Brooks' Gracie Films inking in David Mirkin--most recently associated with "The Edge" and "Get a Life"--to become the hands-on exec…
Producer Judy Polone has acquired rights to the book "JFK: Reckless Youth" and has put the project into development at ABC as a four-hour miniseries.
Tom Arnold, fresh off his ratings triumph with ABC's "The Jackie Thomas Show" on Tuesday, will get a major promotional platform this weekend ... from NBC.
Robert J. Wright, a 28-year ABC veteran who for the last six years has been VP of public relations on the West Coast, will take early retirement at the end of this year.