NBC knew it had a good thing in "Law & Order," but this season the deal got even sweeter.
"The Mary Tyler Moore Show" ran for over seven years and left at the top of its game. "Moonlighting" ran less than four, but it stopped being exciting long before it ended. It's not really how many…
As commercial production in Los Angeles continues to dwindle, striking actors have started employing the strategy of tracking down shoots in far-flung locations like Bakersfield and Palm Springs.
Mediaset, Italy's largest TV company, will invest 225 billion lire ($105 million) in production and co-production of TV drama programming this year, newly appointed vice president Piersilvio…
The government of India is rapidly moving toward a long-awaited decision to allow direct-to-home satellite services in India. The Information and Broadcasting Ministry is likely to announce a…
It's kind of ironic that confirmed bachelor Billy Campbell has reached new career heights playing a divorced dad on ABC's "Once and Again."
Guest appearances on a series can be a challenge for actors to do, a joy for the networks to market, exciting for audiences to watch and, one year at the Emmy kudocast, something that seemed awfully…
Celebrating its first year on the air in Spain this week, Universal Studios action and suspense web Calle 13 is already the most widely distributed pay TV channel broadcast in that territory.
A sweet-'n-simple look at sibling rivalry and, well, aliens, the Disney Channel's "Stepsister From Planet Weird" is an innocent fluff job targeted squarely at young femmes who pass notes in homeroom…
1998-99 Actor, comedy: Mel Brooks, “Mad About You,” NBC Actress, comedy: Tracey Ullman, “Ally McBeal,” Fox Actor, drama: Edward Herrmann, “The Practice,” ABC Actress, drama: Debra Monk, “NYPD Blue,”…