Brenda Feigen, who produced Orion's gung-ho military movie "Navy SEALs," is now planning to take on the military establishment with "Witch-Hunt," a spec script detailing the military's ban on gays…
Seeking to quell rumors and provide a vote of confidence to the battered network, the chairman of NBC's parent company told employees Monday that the network is not for sale. "The good news is that…
CONEHEAD TURNS HOTHEAD: Dan Aykroyd lost it last week on the Paramount lot, where he's shooting "Coneheads," based on the "Saturday Night Live" skit he helped make famous.
"MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour" chief White House correspondent Judy Woodruff is ankling for a top anchor slot at CNN. Under a four-year contract, Woodruff will co-anchor the all-news cable web's daily…
A&E has begun marketing History TV, a new basic-cable network that will start operation sometime in the fourth quarter of 1994.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has called a general membership meeting for April 20 to ratify changes in the organization's bylaws that will give more authority to its executive committee.
Steven Mendelson has left his post as executive VP of comedy development at Columbia Pictures TV, with the studio saying he resigned to pursue new business opportunities.
Prince has postponed the first two shows of a three-night stand at Universal Amphitheatre set to begin tonight, citing an upper respiratory illness.
CAA remained on the hot seat Monday as the three major Hollywood guilds walked away from their meeting with agency toppers having gotten some answers but still raising questions. All agreed to meet…
Turner Network Television has added "Abraham," a four-hour miniseries starring Richard Harris and Barbara Hershey, to its longform production slate, to be produced in association with Italian…