"Maury," the king of so-called conflict talkers, will see a couple of would-be rivals move onto its turf this fall -- MGM's "Paternity Court," starring lawyer Lauren Lake, and CBS Television…
Arsenio Hall's return to latenight TV is another sign of broadcast TV's shifting demographic target.
"Bloopers" will return to television this coming fall. The Dick Clark Prods. skein, originally "TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes" on NBC, is returning as a syndie series beginning next year.
As "American Dad" heads toward its 100th episode Sunday, it's also entering broadcast and cable syndication. The step is an important milestone in any show's life because that's when it really starts…
Tribune Co. exec Lee Abrams is making good on his promise to blow up the traditional TV news playbook.
According to some analysts, the outcome of NBC's latenight nightmare was a little like the classic western "The Magnificent Seven."
Tribune Co. has big plans in store for its sleepy cable superstation WGN America.
Twyla Tharp is a perfectionist notorious for grueling rehearsals and pushing dancers to their very limits. It was never likely that this demanding artist would send out a cut-down, sub-par road…
A modern immorality tale with a keen, observant edge, "Primary Colors" can hardly help but fascinate as an exceedingly rare example of a film a clef.
Paramount Home Video announced Tuesday that it has entered into an exclusive marketing and distribution agreement with CD-ROM developer and publisher Xiphias to distribute the company's titles.