So many toddlers, so little plot. That's what ABC offers up in "Half a Dozen Babies," a simpleminded story that showcases the smiles associated with having six children but none of the hardships.
In another sign of the belt-tightening affecting Network Row, ABC brass is implementing several new companywide cost-saving measures, including a mandatory hiring freeze for all divisions, a 25%…
Universal Studios Networks has applied to the media authorities of the Berlin-Brandenburg region in Germany for a license to transmit a new movie channel throughout the country.
After getting a $5 billion piece of AT&T, Microsoft is now reportedly looking to get a chunk of Deutsche Telekom and secure a foothold in Germany's cable TV market in the process.
Mel Gibson will make his first foray into network television, co-producing a telepic about three of the Aussie thesp's favorite people: Moe, Larry and Curly.
NBC informed producers Thursday that it will pick up five new dramas and two new comedies for its fall schedule, while 20th Century Fox has locked up a deal for Steve Levitan's "Stark Raving Mad" to…
Thesp Kevin Sorbo is saying good-bye to "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys" and hello to Gene Roddenberry's brand of sci-fi/action TV.
Toon titans Woody Woodpecker and Mickey Mouse can still draw a kiddie crowd, according to Nielsen ayem numbers for the second Saturday of the May sweeps.
MTV, looking to capitalize on the pro-wrestling phenomenon, has purchased the spec script "Tag Team" to be one of the music web's up-coming made-for-TV movies.
The James Brolin-Crystal Bernard telepic "To Love, Honor and Betray" teamed with the final episode of "The Nanny" to deliver CBS' first Wednesday households victory with anything besides a music…
"Home Improvement" continues to slump in its final month of firstrun episodes, this week equaling its third-lowest firstrun rating ever.