ABC put "Matlock" on the case and immediately turned around its household ratings story Thursday, although in-house hour "Jack's Place" gave up most of that lead-in at 9 p.m.
Home Box Office not only continued its domination of cable's most prestigious awards over the weekend--it extended it.
"Twin Peaks" is returning to TV. In reruns, that is. Bravo has licensed from Worldvision the 32 hours of David Lynch's widely regarded cult favorite TV series, it was announced yesterday at the…
The USA network and NBC sparred this weekend over the former's plans to air the two-hour docu "Fallen Champ: The Untold Story of Mike Tyson" one day after NBC's scheduled airing during the February…
If you really want to see top-of-the-line special effects on television, watch the commercials. But with the advent of computer-generated images, even television shows themselves are beginning to…
NBC News veteran Steve Friedman, recently named exec producer of a new prime time news hour, has inked a new deal with the web, keeping him under the Peacock's watch for another three years.
The movie "A League of Their Own" will be making the transition to the small screen as a TV series later this year--but on CBS, not NBC.
Rysher Entertainment, a relatively new, Burbank-based distribution company, will enter the National Assn. of Television Program Executives confab next week with at least three strips, four weekly…
Three former high-ranking Viacom exex have formed Tele-Film Entertainment, which will specialize in domestic TV syndication on behalf of outside producers and later expand into firstrun projects of…
The network news landscape changed again yesterday with the promotion of ABC News veteran Bob Murphy to senior VP for hard news.
Home Box Office and Paramount Pictures have extended their six-year exclusive licensing agreement, set to expire this year, for four more years, the companies said yesterday. The new deal is…