The two-hour premiere of CBS' "The Adventures of Brisco County Jr." rode off with strong national numbers Friday night, taking second place in the household race and finishing first in the key male…
Milton Berle, Carol Burnett, George Burns, Jonathan Winters, Red Skelton and Walter Matthau became the first inductees into the Comedy Hall of Fame Sunday, but Heidi Fleiss stole the show offstage.
Cast and crew interviews have expanded PBS' 90-minute "I'll Fly Away" finale to two hours. The Lorimar TV series, which aired originally on NBC, will repeat on PBS after the Oct. 11 broadcast.
Hollywood Pictures has reached a basic agreement with "Forever Young" helmer Steve Miner to direct "Tempted," which is tentatively targeted to start production in January, sources said Monday.
KCBS-TV consumer reporter David Horowitz is teaming up with independent producer Judy Feder to form a new production company.
June Allyson and her husband filed suit against comic-agent Marty Ingels for slander and emotional distress in a fight over money. The Superior Court suit alleges that Ingels harassed and threatened…
Roger Ailes, the media maven who helped put Ronald Reagan and George Bush in the White House, has signed on as president of the cable network CNBC and its sister channel America's Talking, which is…
Derrick O'Connor, a British actor whose credits include "Lethal Weapon 2," has filed suit against Fox Broadcasting Co. for allegedly showing his arrest for crimes he didn't commit on "America's Most…
The future of Italian pay-TV channels Tele+ 1 and Tele+ 2 is up in the air yet again due to a package of new broadcasting regulations announced by the government Aug. 27.
It will be the autumn of "Murphy Brown's" discontent on KTLA. The high-profile off-net sitcom, which is heading for the weekends after a less-than-glowing performance in its first season, will be…
"Phenom"-- James L. Brooks' second sitcom under his multiseries deal with the network gets one of TV's best times, between "Full House" and "Roseanne."