Chuck Dolan's Romance Classics cable network has decided to have some fun with its programming lineup of theatrical movies: The new umbrella concept of "Cinematherapy" will link the content of…
Paramount TV appears to have failed to keep "Leeza" alive as a firstrun syndicated series after NBC stopped supporting the show last year.
NBC has picked up a half-hour comedy pilot from NBC Studios starring "In Living Color" vet David Alan Grier, while CBS has closed a deal for a Jerry Bruckheimer/Touchstone Television-produced drama…
The Eye has been slimed. As an early sign of future synergy with Viacom, CBS will air a branded block of Nickelodeon programming starting this fall.
Fox has ordered 16 additional episodes of the midseason comedy phenom "Malcolm in the Middle," the network announced Monday.
MTV wants teenagers to confess. Nonfiction programming supplier LMNO Prods. is developing "Mall Confessions," a pilot for the music cabler in which young adults will enter a mobile confession booth…
PBS has tapped CNN honcho Pat Mitchell, a cable and broadcasting vet, to be the pubcaster's new prexy.
Social satirist Michael Moore is teaming up with Salter Street Films, a small, Halifax-based production company, to produce the second season of "The Awful Truth."
And "The Beat" goes on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. beginning March 21, UPN announced Monday.
"The Sopranos" staked out record-setting turf Monday with four of its episodes receiving Directors Guild of America nominations for dramatic series night for 1999. Only the pilot episode of NBC's…