ABC has finally pulled the plug on "Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends," the struggling daytime talkshow that's barely a year old.
Paul McCartney may not tour to support the release of "Flaming Pie," his first solo disc in four years, so execs at Capitol Records are leaving no marketing stone unturned in its multimillion dollar…
Agnes Mentre, Amy Israel and Jason Blum have been named as the new triumvirate to head the acquisitions department at Miramax Films after the departure of Trea Hoving.
Son finds closure in deal With a docu nearing completion, a book deal recently inked, a CD-ROM in the works and a treatment for a feature on its way to Hollywood, Nathaniel Lachenmeyer’s “therapy” is…
Rob Morrow and Lance Henriksen have been cast in the leads of the TNT original telepic "The Day Lincoln Was Shot," skedded to lense over the summer and premiere in 1998 on the Turner cablenet.
ABC Entertainment President Jamie Tarses will try to woo an audience of wary advertisers today with the unveiling of her first fall primetime schedule, featuring five new comedies and five new dramas.
CBS cushioned the blow of a typical NBC Must See TV lineup Thursday night and earned a rare Friday night win to go along with a Saturday triumph in the Nielsen "fast national" household count…
With MGM acquiring Metromedia's production and distribution assets, the futures of Motion Picture Corp. of America founders Brad Krevoy and Steve Stabler are uncertain.
The pitch “The It Girl,” which recently sold to the Barry London Co., was created by Lars Davidson and David Freeman. Davidson’s name was omitted from the May 7 story.
Chris Lee has been promoted to president of production at TriStar Pictures. At the same time, Columbia Pictures president of production Barry Josephson has decided to leave the studio to become a…
A Hamburg court has ordered CLT-UFA to stop distributing an analysis of Munich-based ProSieben Media AG.