"The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," not seen on TV since CBS fired the satirist folk singers in 1969, will be recycled on E! Entertainment Television as an hourlong nightly series on the cable…
Carolco Pictures Inc. said it didn't make its interest payment due yesterday on its 10% convertible subordinated debentures due 2006.
Buena Vista Television's new syndie animated series "Goof Troop" has taken a bite out of "Batman: The Animated Series" on the Fox Children's Network.
Playwright and screenwriter Alfred Uhry, who won an Oscar for scripting his Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Driving Miss Daisy," will deliver the Marvin Borowsky Lecture on Screenwriting at 8 p.m. Nov…
KCBS-TV entertainment reporter Steve Kmetko will leave the O&O at the end of November, station general manager Steve Gigliotti confirmed late yesterday.
The Independent Feature Project/West announced that this year's Producer Series is skedded to begin at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel with "In the Loop: Making Independent Films…
Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Phil Donahue and Oprah Winfrey will be among the warriors on the front lines of the November sweeps battle, as the networks announced air dates for various movies…
The future of post-production is going to be one of serious turmoil, with some companies unable to make a neat transition to all-digital editing or to embrace the increasingly important computers.
Another "Designing Women" cast member has drafted her walking papers.
CBS was breathing a small sigh of relief on Wednesday as Atlanta's thrilling win over Pittsburgh swept a higher-profile team into the World Series with by far the best numbers for any playoff game…
Twentieth Century Fox has acquired the rights to Mike Werb's spec script "Hamlet," a comedy caper about a pig to be produced by Larry Brezner.