Televisa has again begun airing controversial yakkers "Laura en America" and "Cristina" seven months after dropping the shows following a gale of outrage from politicians, the Catholic Church and…
German TV group ProSiebenSat 1 Media has revised its outlook for fiscal 2001 as a consequence of the recent terrorist attacks.
Cable operator Adelphia Communications has tapped TVN Entertainment Corp. to power the commercial rollout of its satellite-based video-on-demand service over the next five years. Adelphia also…
Stop us if you've heard this one before: A patronizing, pontificating, bumbling doofus thinks he knows everything, only to be thwarted in the end by his smarter, better-looking wife.
An uproariously funny sitcom that delights in man's most basic insecurities and how different individuals address them, "Scrubs" is as sharp a sitcom as there is on the fall network schedule. It's an…
Where have you gone, George Costanza? Three years after logging off as TV's most neurotic sidekick, Jason Alexander is back as TV's most neurotic motivational speaker in "Bob Patterson." Michael…
Notre Dame Coach Knute Rockne's famous admonition to his team to "win just one for the Gipper," is falling on deaf ears so far this season: the Irish is off to a lousy 0-2 start.
The Sundance Channel has picked up domestic TV rights to "Taking Off," helmer Heidi DeRuiter's feature-length doc bow about three adolescent girls who attend a camp for overweight children.
ABC has named former comedy development exec Glen Adilman to the newly created post of VP programming at ABC Entertainment.
The European Broadcasting Union has named Bjorn Ericksen, head of TV at Danish pubcaster DR, its new director of TV.
Scribe-helmer Jake Kasdan and Oscar winner Walon Green are teaming up to turn Kasdan's 1998 private eye pic "Zero Effect" into an hourlong series for NBC.