Wild animals and bumbling cops led the charge of new syndie weeklies premiering the week of Sept. 22.
CBS is opting for "The Simple Life," a Columbia TriStar TV comedy starring Judith Light, as a midseason entry.
Jason Beghe, who played Demi Moore's boyfriend and confidant in "G.I. Jane," has landed a recurring role in the CBS drama "Chicago Hope."
"Toothless," the first original telefilm to bow in ABC's newly revived "Wonderful World of Disney" family movie showcase, took a bite out of the Alphabet web's competition in its Sunday timeslot.
Walt Disney TV has signed a development deal with standup comedian Sue Costello.
"NYPD Blue" reruns and "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show" led the first wave of action hours and other syndie weeklies premiering last month.
Paramount's "Entertainment Tonight" has teamed with the Museum of Television & Radio to host a series of monthly screenings of classic TV movies.
Kelsey Grammer, Chuck Norris and James Brolin were the stars of the national syndie ratings report for the week ending Sept. 21.
Pearson Plc's $515 million deal to acquire All American Communications marks the end of a two-year courtship and the beginning of a new era for fast-growing the British media conglom.
Michael H. Diamond, former executive VP and general counsel for New World Communications Group, has formed a law firm with partner Kenneth A. Ostrow.
Domestic Film DAILY
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Frozen1Daily: $2.5M Cumulative: $138.8M Disney 20.11%
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Daily: $588,587 Cumulative: $6.3M Relativity Media 17.52%