In an apparent endorsement of its development, ABC will put on 11 new series next fall, totaling eight of its 22 hours of prime time.
Fox Broadcasting Co. will double-run repeats of "Beverly Hills, 90210" through the summer on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. starting June 1.
Suppliers may have gotten a preview of the world after fin-syn on Sunday, as ABC slotted a show starring Paula Poundstone that wasn't on its development slate and didn't have a pilot but comes from…
The future world of 500 channels threatens to dilute both programming standards and quality without vigilance and cooperation by the television industry, CBS/Broadcast Group president Howard Stringer…
After several announced false starts regarding KGB-related television projects, NBC will make it onto the air with a two-hour special on the former Soviet Union's secret police May 25 -- the final…
As ABC executives huddle in New York to put the final touches on their fall schedule, they've been getting an unusual amount of third-party arm-twisting regarding an existing comedy -- the…
Michele Lee will stay tied up at CBS after her 14-year run in "Knots Landing" with a commitment to star in and produce a new series for the network.
CBS, SOME WILL TELL YOU, started its climb out of third place when the network finished a 10th of a point behind NBC in the May 1990 Nielsen ratings sweeps. Three years later, NBC is hoping another…
Garry Shandling could still end up hosting a late night talkshow in the hour that follows "The Tonight Show"-- but on CBS, not NBC.
Malcolm Leo Prods., fast becoming one of ABC's top outside suppliers of prime time specials, hopes to follow a busy May sweeps with projects on the Smothers Brothers, Otis Redding and a tribute to…