Frank Lupo reportedly will become an exec producer next fall on CBS' "Walker, Texas Ranger," in the process cutting in Columbia Pictures TV -- where Lupo has an overall deal -- as a partner on the…
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Fox Broadcasting Co. is expected to add eight new series totaling six hours of programming next fall, in the process shuffling or shelving a number of established reality shows and returning 10-11…
Producer Judith Polone is severing ties to Hearst Entertainment with seven months remaining on her contract and will go the independent route, taking several projects in development with her.
After all the hype about unbridled sexuality, ratings board confrontations and last-minute reshooting, "Sliver" proves all flash and no sizzle -- an uninspired thriller that simply changes gender on…
NBC and ABC were tied through three weeks of the May sweeps, with an 11.7 rating each, before "Cheers" turned the lights out on any suspense in the monthlong ratings survey.
CBS continued as the perennial big winner at the technical and creative arts portion of the Daytime Emmy Awards, claiming 13 trophies during Saturday night ceremonies at the Red Lion Hotel in…
If the first mission made roughly $ 50 million domestically, the sky could be the limit for this much better sequel -- a clever spoof of "Rambo" and a dozen other movies that employs the usual…
Citing new realities in the TV economy, CBS confirmed that the network's new fall lineup doesn't include traditional 13-episode pick-ups on any of its new series, relying instead on short orders…
Daytime and fringe ratings followed their usual course during the May 10-14 Nielsen week, with ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox each claiming a victory for early morning, daytime, latenight and Saturday…
CBS is expected to add five new comedies and three dramas to its prime time schedule next fall, while replacing newsmagazine "Street Stories" with "Eye to Eye With Connie Chung."