Despite pressure from Viacom, Universal and other TV programmers, the U.K.'s Independent Television Commission is proceeding with its controversial plans to allow the unbundling of cable and…
Chesler/Perlmutter Prods., one of the most active independent producers of series and telepics, has signed a deal with the Kushner-Locke Co. and Alliance Communications to produce six 90-minute…
Timothy Hutton and Leslie Stefanson are marching toward roles in Paramount's John Travolta starrer "The General's Daughter."
CBS has ordered nine episodes of the John Larroquette comedy "Payne" from Studios USA.
A deterioration in Polygram's second-quarter performance prompted Seagram Co. to negotiate a $340 million reduction in the $10 billion-plus price it is paying for the music and film conglomerate…
Film industryites are flocking to Karlovy Vary in record numbers this year, when the July 3-11 event will play host to honoree Michael Douglas.
Broadway is becoming a mime field. "Slava's Snowshow," the Russian mime/clown show named for its star, Slava Polunin, is headed for Gotham. The show will do a limited 13-week-to-15-week Broadway run…
Susan Molinari, the former New York Congresswoman, is losing her job as co-host of CBS' Saturday-morning news show.
After two weeks on the air, syndie newcomers "The Magic Hour" and "Forgive or Forget" are fighting an uphill battle for viewers against more established latenight and daytime TV fare.
The South African government this week dished out 10 million rand ($2 million) to the film industry in a bid to boost the homegrown product.
Several actors have joined the ensemble cast of the midseason ABC pilot "In the Loop."