Telescene Film Group is producing "Are you Game?," a reality-based gameshow pilot for Nickelodeon.
Australian producers fear hundreds of hours of New Zealand programming could flood into this country following an April 28 High Court ruling that Kiwi product is eligible for the local content quotas…
The WB TV network is yanking midseason comedy "You're the One" for the rest of the season and moving newcomer "Kelly, Kelly," to Sunday night.
The kids advertising upfront was still moving Wednesday, and while it's certainly more of a buyers' market than previous years, buyers will probably not get the significant price rollbacks they had…
Unless NBC moves "Frasier" this fall, ABC is expected to shift "Home Improvement" away from NBC's four-time Emmy-winning sitcom to the 8 p.m. Tuesday timeslot next season, network sources said.
South African pay TV station M Net, in a bid to boost the local film and television industry, has thrown its weight behind a training initiative for students.
The Wolper Organization has inked a deal with NBC to produce a four-hour miniseries, "A Will of Their Own," to star Lea Thompson of the web's "Caroline in the City."
Bolstered over the years by British-based fare, A&E will "buy American" in 1998-99, greenlighting its first U.S.-based TV movies and minis. Included are "Murder in a Small Town" starring Gene Wilder…
Betty Boop is back. Warner Bros. Intl. Television Production has inked a deal with Fleischer Studios to create an animated TV series based on the classic cartoon property. The deal was put together…
Mark Feuerstein, Linda Lavin and Steve Landesberg have been cast in the NBC Studios sitcom pilot "Conrad Bloom," to be directed by James Burrows.
Trimark has picked up U.S. home video rights to two miniseries based on books by bestselling authors, Mario Puzo's "The Last Don II" and Dean Koontz's "Mr. Murder."
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