Rob Yarin has joined Fox News as a senior editor on the weblet's planned primetime news magazine, Fox confirmed, working under exec producer David Corvo.
A FORMER COLLEAGUE RECENTLY SENT a note saying, in essence, that society is going to hell in a handbasket and that our rampantly violent society will increasingly point fingers at violent television…
After "Wayne's World" cashed in lampooning the addled heavy-metal set, the timing looks ripe for a spoof of rap music, and this attempt by another "Saturday Night Live" performer, Chris Rock, should…
"The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" canceled a scheduled guest appearance tomorrow by Shabba Ranks because of anti-gay remarks recently made by the Grammy-winning reggae artist.
ABC has renewed "Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa" for next season, but the King World-distributed Saturday morning series will shift production companies from Gunther/Wahl Prods. to Ruby-Spears.
CBS found its own bit of heaven in numbers for the Grammy Awards Wednesday, which jumped 23% over last year's telecast to score the show's best rating since 1988.
NBC Prods., which will introduce a new cast next fall on its Saturday-morning series "Saved by the Bell," may not let the "old" crew slip away entirely.
CBS will move Twentieth TV's first-year drama "Picket Fences" to Thursday nights starting in April and bring back the David Jacobs-Lorimar TV summer series "Bodies of Evidence" in "Fences' " current…
ABC reportedly has reversed a decision to add the Canadian talk show "Shirley" to its daytime schedule in mid-April and may have to swallow the show's estimated $ 65,000-a-week license fee.
NBC has shut down production on the first-year sitcom "Out All Night" with two episodes remaining out of its total 22-episode order, the network confirmed.
AN OPEN LETTER TO DAVID LETTERMAN: