Pubcaster CBC has been inundated with phone calls following the broadcast of "The War Against the Indians," a 2 1/2-hour docu from the Native American point-of-view that debunks the hero image of…
Distributors opened 35 new films during September, up slightly from last year's 33 but still lagging behind year-to-date levels.
Game One 11.0/19 Having Toronto in the baseball playoffs continues to vex CBS, which ran third for the night Wednesday. Meanwhile, ABC’s “Civil Wars” (8.8 /16) showed no lingering benefit from its…
Avalon/NFU Studios is embarking on a $ 5 million miniseries based on the life of New Zealand's greatest living hero, Sir Edmund Hillary, potentially signaling a new era of competition with fellow TV…
"Let's Make a Deal" gameshow host Monty Hall and his family will be honored this weekend by the Beverly Hills Theater Guild.
NBC will reportedly pull new reality series "Final Appeal" and "What Happened?" from their regular time periods after Oct. 23--the final Friday prior to the start of the November sweeps.
NBC has signed actor Ed Kerr to a development deal making the unknown young actor -- who has appeared in one TV commercial -- exclusive to the network for both series and pilots. The relatively…
The Larry Thompson Organization has acquired film rights to the fact-based story "Black Widows: The Alabama Twins Murder" after a bidding war for the project.
It's not unusual for studio headsto gush undue praise on executive appointments. But the case of Joe Hyams appears to be different.
Considering that another Christopher Columbus film--and a flop, at that--was released less than two months ago, Paramount marketing exex may be getting queasy over the chances for their "1492…
As expected, Carolco Pictures has used a chunk of the proceeds from the sale of its TV syndication rights to Spelling Entertainment to pay off its bank debts.