Greystone Communications will pad its status next year as the most prolific program supplier to the Arts & Entertainment Network, with two more historical documentaries joining its three ongoing…
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels
Grosso Jacobson Entertainment has inked a deal with mystery novelist Mary Higgins Clark to produce three movies based on one of her books for NBC's "Friday Night Mystery" wheel, in association with…
Capital Cities/ABC said it will buy back up to about 12% of its outstanding common stock, possibly including shares held by majority owner Warren Buffett.
After a four-year absence, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' TV Academy Hall of Fame show will be back on the air this season -- thanks to a dual-exhibition deal with the Disney Channel and…
Robert Singer, creator-exec producer of the drama series "Reasonable Doubts" and "Midnight Caller," has become exec producer on ABC's "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman," Warner Bros. TV…
Steve Krantz Prods. has padded a busy longform slate with "Children of the Dark," a CBS movie starring Peter Horton that will begin production in December.
NBC has cemented its Saturday night lineup, picking up the comedies "The Mommies" and "Cafe Americain" for the full season.
"Home Improvement" has scored the equivalent of a one-punch knockout on CBS' "South of Sunset," with reports that the Paramount drama will be yanked after just one airing.
Three primetime World Series telecasts on CBS handcuffed the latenight competition in Nielsen daytime and fringe ratings for Oct. 18-22, while "Late Show With David Letterman" remained the big bat in…