DreamWorks TV co-chief Ken Solomon has been named the new president of Universal TV in place of Tom Thayer, who resigned last week and signed a production pact with the studio.
Since that night in 1962 when Jack Paar hefted his wooden stool under his arm, waved to the audience, and sauntered off the stage of "The Tonight Show" to be replaced by Johnny Carson, the latenight…
When it comes to the subject of cable and the Primetime Emmy Awards --- as with the CableAce Awards --- one truth remains evident: There is HBO, and then there is everybody else.
At first glance, one might swear the bearded character on the tube before them is a man.
The Halloween queen lives on --- and not just in West Hollywood. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark --- the macabre vamp with the risque shtick who for years served as a syndicated hostess of fright films…
One of the fall season's most promising new entries, NBC's "Veronica's Closet," came together when two ultra-competitive talent agencies agreed to something unusual --- sharing their business.
"Is Redd Foxx mad at you?" With these tender words, in the world according to Garry Shandling, a career in standup comedy was born.
The Family Channel is about to become a Fox Kids production.
The Primetime Emmy Awards have become very much like the weather. You know, lots of complaints about the nominating procedure, the categorizing, eligibility issues, all of that stuff, and nobody…
Won’t let go: Two shows have won the top Emmy for primetime series over four consecutive years: “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1963-66) and “Hill Street Blues” (1981-84). Like a handful of other shows…