NBC has renewed the Twentieth TV series "L.A. Law" for an eighth season, providing the web with one less hour to worry about next fall. William M. Finkelstein, who returned to the show in midseason…
It was a terrible week for Home Shopping Network, but the channel's reception may be clearing soon.
MGM may be ditching its historic Culver City roots for a new Santa Monica roost next month, but has it finally turned the corner on a troublesome past?
A conflict-of-interest suit brought against the law firm of Ziffren, Brittenham & Branca by former Prince manager Steve Fargnoli was dismissed Friday. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ronald E…
A lot of what you hear on contemporary jazz radio can be traced to the influence of the Jeff Lorber Fusion, which flourished from 1979 to 1986.
A debate over local TV coverage erupted Saturday following the outcome of the Rodney G. King federal civil rights trial.
CBS Entertainment has entered major co-production partnerships with two of Europe's biggest private broadcasters, TF1 of France and Italy's Silvio Berlusconi Communications. The deals cover the…
Damage estimates from Friday's sound stage fire at Sony Pictures Studios are pegged at less than $ 50,000, while production of "Cops and Robbersons" will resume Wednesday.
The weekend box office was very "Indecent" for a second week. With Paramount estimating $ 15.5 million on its "Proposal," the film was doing triple the business of its closest competitor.
Columbia TriStar Intl. Television has joined forces with Britain's Central Prods. Ltd. to create a new London-based joint venture, which will produce U.K. versions of Columbia's sitcom formats.
CBS/Fox Video plans a June 2 bow for "The Lost Language of Cranes," a BBC production about a father and son who each declare their homosexuality. CBS/Fox is working with the Gay & Lesbian Alliance…