Exactly 10 years after receiving the best picture trophy for "Driving Miss Daisy," producers Richard and Lili Fini Zanuck this spring will return to the Oscar limelight.
CBS has locked up exclusive broadcast rights to the White House-sponsored "America's Millennium Gala," a 2-1/2-hour music and entertainment extravaganza to air live from Washington, D.C., on New…
CBS News is ready to tap WCBS reporter Julie Chen as the regular news anchor on the Eye's soon-to-launch "Morning Show."
CBS has given a firm pilot commitment to a multicultural cop drama from Frank Renzulli, an Emmy-nominated scribe on HBO's white-hot mob hit "The Sopranos."
With "Hercules" leaving the air in December and "Xena" showing signs of erosion, several new syndie action hours are duking it out in hopes of capturing the attention of the loincloth and breastplate…
Spike and Tonya Lewis Lee are developing a drama series for ABC and Artists Television Group revolving around young lions in the hip-hop/urban music world.
Television history tells us that lawyers generally are not the most lovable souls on the planet (Ally McBeal excepted). Thus, building a romantic comedy around a pair of married barristers may just…
Billed as a comedy, but with generous helpings of drama, "Popular" is a hip-sounding and visually entertaining piece that might best be summed up as "The Odd Couple" meets the "The Brady Bunch" meets…
The Sci-Fi Channel, searching for unusual programming buys to refresh its primetime schedule, has picked up two broken series from Warner Bros. TV, "Brimstone" and "Prey."
The Peacock's got some pluck left in it. Thanks to a huge Sunday tune-in for the "Saturday Night Live 25th Anniversary Special," as well as promising debuts for several dramas, NBC is expected to…
Independent production shingle the Shooting Gallery has formed TSG Television to develop telefilms and series for broadcast and cable. Vet TV executive Josh Kane has been tapped as the arm's…