As if NBC officials didn't have enough things to worry about, the exec producer and co-creator of the web's top-rated returning series, "Seinfeld," reportedly is trying to extract a hefty raise out…
"Home Free," the new ABC sitcom from Universal TV, is looking to an unusual source for promotional help -- namely, its lead-out, the high-rated Disney comedy "Home Improvement."
If pilot orders can be viewed as at-bats in the game of prime time series, then the major studios -- despite increased network activity -- still have the best slugging percentage.
Domestic Film DAILY
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.2M Cumulative:$28.9M Sony / Screen Gems -35.29%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$586,451 Cumulative:$307.9M Disney -24.71%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$506,166 Cumulative:$17.6M Warner Brothers -28.02%
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is in the process of changing the relationship between its executive committee and board of governors, with the full membership to vote on whether to expand…
ABC has renewed the Universal TV "Coach" through the 1994-95 season with a total of 50 episodes -- securing a long-term companion for "Home Improvement," which already has been picked up through the…
Several projects were notable by their absence from this year's development presentations, among them "Showroom"-- an ABC show starring Steve Guttenberg from executive producer Glenn Gordon Caron…
Michael Jaffe Films has acquired rights from several women involved in a class-action lawsuit against the Georgia prison system and is developing the project as a TV movie for ABC.
Youth-oriented Fox Broadcasting Co. is determined to expand its reach beyond 18- to 34-year-olds, with chairman Lucie Salhany reiterating to media buyers her publicly stated goal of ranking first…
NBC West Coast president Don Ohlmeyer yesterday espoused to media buyers a "big tent theory" that forgoes advertiser-friendly young demographics in favor of "a relentless pursuit of eyeballs."
ABC Entertainment president Ted Harbert told visiting advertisers that next season his network "shouldn't be counted out of any race -- demographic or household."