After more than a year of negotiations, ABC and Brillstein-Grey have finally dissolved their ill-fated alliance struck in 1994, which led to the creation of Brillstein-Grey's TV production operation.
The theatrical success of "Spice World" was found money for Columbia Pictures, as the studio paid a pittance to pick up the distribution rights to the pic.
MGM Worldwide Television Group has promoted two key production execs.
CBS has yanked Carsey-Werner's sitcom "Cybill" off the air in what may be an unceremonious ending to the 3-year-old series. The Eye web will plug an episode of "Everybody Loves Raymond" into the…
Rep. Mark Foley (R-Fla.) has been tapped to head the House Entertainment Task Force. Foley replaces the late Rep. Sonny Bono (R-Calif.), who died in a skiing accident earlier this year.
The new Fox Thursday series "World's Wildest Police Videos" has hit the streets with big numbers -- Fox's best regular-series results in the slot in more than three years.
Powerful Argentine broadcaster Telefe has come up with a new twist on the program format business. Its popular "Chiquititas," or "Tiny Angels," is a telenovela-like pre-teen series centering around a…
After receiving solid notices for his crooning opposite Madonna in "Evita," Spanish heartthrob Antonio Banderas is eyeing the lead role in Warner Bros.' feature adaptation of another Andrew Lloyd…
Australia's exhibition and distribution sector will operate under a voluntary code of conduct and an industry-funded complaints body, after a year-long government probe found the sector was "highly…
"The Wizard of Oz," a moderate box office performer that became an American classic through its annual network television airings over the last 42 years, is heading for cable.
TNT today will unveil for advertisers an ambitious 1998-99 original production slate that includes Magic Johnson's debut as a telepic exec producer and Oliver Stone's first conventional weekly drama…