All American TV's new firstrun syndie talker "Arthel & Fred" will go on an early and extended production hiatus in mid-November, the show's executive producer confirmed Friday.
New Line Distribution district manager Michelle Indick, 28, and her fiance, Andrew Gurland, 26, wanted an unconventional wedding. That's why they're tying the knot during the ShowEast convention…
The premiere of NBC's Friday night drama "Players" fell below the timeslot premiere last season in both households and adults 18-49, according to preliminary nationals.
How much is Don Ohlmeyer looking forward to the World Series? "Four and out, either way; the faster it's over with, the better," says NBC's West Coast president, clearly not a fan of either the…
Yet another Peruvian broadcaster has changed hands, as Genaro Delgado-Parker and Angel Gonzalez are now majority owners of Canal 13.
As sales and distrib executives disgruntled by the chaotic state of affairs at the London Screenings arrived here Sunday for Mifed 1997, a sweet irony reared its head.
Hearst-Argyle Television plans a public offering of 6.8 million new shares, and will use the proceeds to repay debt.
Columbia Pictures and Henson Pictures, taking exactly 11 minutes to make their decision, have inked fledgling helmer Robert Luketic to direct their updated remake of "The Trouble With Angels" for…
After plunging the Peacock to record-low ratings, the Wednesday night sitcom "Built to Last" was canceled and "The Tony Danza Show" was yanked from the schedule for the November sweeps, the network…
In a speech about TV's social responsibility, Vice President Al Gore on Thursday lauded ABC's sitcom "Ellen" for helping "open minds and hearts."
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures