In the latest restructuring prompted by the Barry Diller-led buyout of Universal's domestic TV arm, Universal has consolidated the management of its overseas TV channels under Tony Garland, who has…
Joan Allen has been cast as the lead in "Though the Sky Falls," based on the life of a journalist and the perils that befall her as she gets closer to the rotten core of Dublin's underworld.
ABC has renewed frosh comedy "Dharma & Greg" and second-year sitcom "Spin City" for the 1998-1999 season.
Bill Clinton's ex-pal and Whitewater partner Jim McDougal died on March 8, but his ghost will continue to haunt the president, in the form of a soon-to-be-published book from Gotham-based publishers…
About 50 crew members shooting a film in Canoga Park for the Disney Channel walked off the set Tuesday, set up a picket line to shut down production and negotiated union membership on the spot…
Oscar-winner William Friedkin is attached to direct the William Davies-scripted thriller "Truth or Dare" for New Regency Prods.
CANADA TORONTO — Global Television and Insight Production Co. will develop a new coming of age series for 10- to 14-year-old boys called “Hockey Boys.” Set in the high pressure world of minor league…
NBC is benching "The Naked Truth" next week after the sitcom hit the lowest rating on record for original non-political programming in the 9:30 p.m. Monday timeslot.
Oscar-winning director Bernardo Bertolucci will start shooting the telepic "The Siege" in Rome on Monday. The romantic drama stars British actors David Thewlis and Thandie Newton.
HBO has landed exclusive domestic rights to telecast a concert stop on the current Elton John-Billy Joel world tour, capturing the two at their June 20 stop in Vienna, Austria, from the Praterstadion.
Revenues of Scandinavian Broadcasting System (SBS) jumped 33% in 1997 as the company continued to whittle away at negative station operating cash flow and four-year record losses