Fox's pivotal Sunday lineup has received a key boost with the promising premiere of ''That '70s Show,'' the first debuting series ever to improve on its adults 18-49 lead-in from a firstrun ''The…
Following in the footsteps of competitors Sony and Zee TV, Rupert Murdoch's STAR TV India has inked a programming alliance with the Direct TV DTH platform.
Laura Linney, fresh from starring opposite Jim Carrey in "The Truman Show" and on Broadway opposite Jane Alexander in "Honour," will shift gears with the telepic "Love Letters" under Stanley Donen in…
Accepting the inevitable, Lions Gate Films has taken a knife to "American Psycho" and slashed it back to a modest indie production while bringing back original director Mary Harron.
As Italy gears up to emerge from the customary summertime box office slump with the first of the season's major releases, a general strike by the national dubbing actors union threatens to delay the…
Producer Roy Gabay has signed a deal with Chi's Famous Door Theater Co. to transfer the Windy City production of Jonathan Harvey's "Beautiful Thing" to New York.
Defense attorney Barry Scheck and client Louise Woodward will headline a panel about cameras in courtrooms at the 23rd Edinburgh Intl. TV Festival this week.
Miramax Films has upped Cary Meadow to the position of senior vice president for business and legal affairs. In his new position, Meadow will continue to cover the areas of production, acquisition…
Director John Frankenheimer and Broadway casting directors Geoffrey Johnson and Vincent Liff will be honored at the Casting Society of America's 14th annual Artios awards show on Nov. 14.
Captain's log: Star date, 1998, week of Sept. 28. The cast and crew of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" begin the final season of their seven-season hitch on a rundown space station in the middle of…