"Fitz," the American version of hit U.K. cop show "Cracker," is emerging as one of the big successes of this year's L.A. Screenings.
Columbia TriStar Television Distribution has inked off-network deals for the CBS sitcom "The Nanny" in more than a dozen markets.
The roar of dinosaurs and the pop of pyrotechnics stir up residents living next to Universal Studios Hollywood.
While Asia provided a few thrills at the foreign box office, much of Europe continued in a holding pattern, awaiting clearance for "Con Air," which took off day-and-date with its domestic launch in…
For a show about a guy from Cleveland, "Drew Carey" did pretty well in Hollywood last week.
Media giants Leo Kirch and Bertelsmann AG appear to be nearing an agreement for combining pay TV webs Premiere and DF1. Cooperation between DF1 and Premiere would give digital television a much…
"Jurassic Park: The Lost World" opened here Friday, and the box office excitement is just one more indicator of the film industry boom currently under way here.
Ted Turner wants to give parents their S, V and L --- so long as the gesture buys the TV industry "a little peace" from lawmakers and other vocal critics.
"Scream" has been silenced indefinitely in Japan because of the national trauma caused by a serial killer.
Rankled by slipping ratings, lower spot ad sales and potential competition from News Corp.'s pending purchase of the Family Channel, some Fox affiliates at the spring meeting suggested yanking the…