The syndie strip "America's Dumbest Criminals" is being retooled going into its third season, nabbing a new production company, co-host and set.
Western Intl. Syndication has given a firm go to "Field Trip" series for fall 1998.
Romance Classics will position its fall season schedule under the banner "Moonlight Months," and each month from September through December the cable web will feature the U.S. premiere of a feature…
An innovative series of shows featuring the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and performances by renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma leads the race this year for the Gemini Awards, Canada's equivalent of the…
Walt Disney's Buena Vista TV has quietly cleared TV stations in 50% of the country for the syndicated re-runs of "Unhappily Ever After," the WB Network sitcom from the creators of "Married With…
Allegro Films and Carla Singer Prods. kicked off lensing last week in Montreal on "Dead Ahead," a thriller set to air on TNT early next year.
Warner Bros. has bought syndicated programming from Studios USA, Western Intl., Bohbot Entertainment and Steven Cannell to flesh out its 24-hour WeB service.
Cable web TV Land will televise the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' annual Creative Arts Awards -- the first time the event has been nationally televised -- on Sept. 11.
Telemundo, the perennial poor cousin of Spanish-lingo TV, is finally getting a high-powered leadership overhaul, with former CBS entertainment prexy Peter Tortorici leading the SWAT team.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has ordered three additional episodes of the reality series "Guinness World Records" from LMNO Prods.
The Sci-Fi Channel has commissioned another 18 original hour-long episodes of "Sliders," which has found a cable audience after the Fox network canceled it in May 1997 for low ratings.