Outgoing Universal TV exec Garrett S. Hart is expected to be named president of Paramount Network TV, in the process replacing John S. Pike, a 12-year veteran of the studio.
Is a Hollywood madam telefilm too hot for the networks to handle right now?Some observers think so, even as reports surfaced that the memoirs of Elizabeth Adams -- known as "the Beverly Hills Madam"…
CBS has confirmed the replacement of "Hearts Afire" with "Bob" in its Friday lineup, as reported (Daily Variety, Aug. 6), and will premiere its 9-11 p.m. Friday shows on Oct. 22, opposite NBC's intro…
At any rate, the industry can't seem to get enough of this story right now, and with any luck, the public feels the same way. If so, the tabloid syndicated strips "A Current Affair" and "Hard Copy"…
Stephen King's name seems to bring an audience to even the poorest adaptations of his work, which should provide some comfort to the filmmakers here. This darkly comic pic proves a sadistic…
Apparently undaunted by tepid results for the pairing of Dan Rather and Connie Chung, CBS will also try a co-anchor format on "The CBS Evening News' " Sunday edition -- with "CBS This Morning"…
Far from the much-discussed goal of year-round original programming on the networks and Fox Broadcasting Co., the summer of '93 is becoming notable for creative use of repeats -- supporting the…
Bob Newhart has gotten another call -- this one from CBS. His Paramount sitcom "Bob" reportedly will slide into the network's Friday night fall lineup behind the TriStar TV comedy "Good Advice."
New World Entertainment announced completion of its agreement to acquire "certain producers, personnel and programs" of Reeves Entertainment -- although Reeves prez Richard S. Reisberg and exec VP…
Ratings continued strong in daytime during the July 26-30 Nielsen period while ABC kept up the pace in fringe dayparts, winning both the latenight and early-morning races.
CBS rallied to tie ABC for top honors in the July sweeps, as the Big Three networks -- lacking the boost of last summer's Barcelona Olympics -- exhibited an 8% decline vs. the same period in 1992.