The Directors Guild of America named a half-dozen directors of commercials, including four first-timers, as nominees Tuesday for outstanding directorial achievement in 1999.
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.
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…
Helmer Barry Sonnenfeld has inked to direct and Patrick Warburton ("Seinfeld") will star in Columbia TriStar Television's half-hour single-camera comedy pilot "The Tick" for Fox Broadcasting.
It's true that a dollar doesn't go as far as it used to, but ABC, at least, is finding that a "Millionaire" can still go a long way.
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…
German pubcasters ARD and ZDF have voiced their disapproval of the planned pay TV alliance between German media mogul Leo Kirch and his global counterpart Rupert Murdoch.
Paramount TV appears to have failed to keep "Leeza" alive as a firstrun syndicated series after NBC stopped supporting the show last year.
The "Eyes of Laura Mars" lite, "A Vision of Murder: The Story of Donielle" delivers on atmosphere but is devoid of thrills; it even reveals the killer's identity in the first 45 minutes, leaving…
After a nearly decadelong absence, Oscar and Emmy-winning scribe-producer James L. Brooks is set to return to live-action TV comedy next season as creator and exec producer of a half-hour comedy…
The first in a new series of historical documentaries under the "Empires" banner, "The Greeks: Crucible of Civilization" provides a slickly packaged history lesson complete with elaborate computer…