Roseanne and Tom Arnold have signed with the Carsey-Werner Co. to produce the hit ABC sitcom "Roseanne" for a minimum of three more seasons, which would carry TV's top-rated comedy into 1996.
No sooner did rumors surface about a possible bust-up of Turner Broadcasting by its two largest shareholders, then Wall Street analysts tended to downplay the gossip.
Taping of "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" was delayed about 10 minutes yesterday so security could check the studio due to a bomb threat. Someone claiming to represent an animal-rights group phoned…
Columbia Pictures has reached an agreement with Roseanne and Tom Arnold to star in the tenatively titled "Car Picture," which will be produced by Nancy Graham Tanen's and Ned Tanen's Channel Prods.…
Time Warner announced yesterday that it will create in excess of 1,000 additional summer jobs throughout the company's businesses this summer.
The Lollapalooza Festival has announced its main and second stage acts for its 1993 tour, which will kick off June 18 in Vancouver, B.C. The festival, which combines alternative music with offbeat…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has prevailed over Giancarlo Parretti and Giovanni Di Stefano in a dispute over the company's profitable U.K. theater chain.
The Corp. for Public Broadcasting yesterday shelled out $ 1 million to encourage Boston-based American Program Service as a new source of programming for public TV.
Just weeks after the reopening of Manhattan's Biograph Theater as the Angelika 57 art house, the former manager of the Biograph is relocating downtown to the Gramercy Theater.
Susan Dey will leave the CBS comedy "Love & War" at the end of the season, with the parties citing "creative differences that could not be resolved" between Dey and the show's production company…
Kenneth Bettsteller has been tapped senior VP, FoxVideo International, after having served as Fox's VP, Pay TV Worldwide, for the past 18 months.