The Alphabet web has given a 13-episode, on-air commitment to Carsey-Werner's comedy starring Joan Cusack and a 13-episode penalty commitment to the new DreamWorks' sitcom "Sugar Hill," created by…
CBS has inked a two-year drama development deal with filmmaker Wolfgang Petersen, the Academy Award-nominated director and producer behind "Air Force One," "In the Line of Fire," "Outbreak" and "Das…
UPN is developing spinoffs of its comedy series "Moesha" and "Malcolm & Eddie."
Showtime and Artisan Pictures announced Sunday they've extended their existing pay TV output deal for an additional three years.
In almost a text-book example of how to combine praise, entertainment, history and achievement, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences inducted eight honorees into its Hall of Fame Saturday during…
Telepictures Prods., the hot shop in the syndie biz with seven Monday-Friday skeins on the fall '99 sked, has promoted two top execs in a restructuring of its programming and development operation.
Despite the big boost of its final February sweeps Thursday, NBC still finds itself fighting CBS down to the wire for the month's households crown.
It will be tough to better this network telepic in 1999, a poignant little gem that proves to be the best kind of weeper, earning its tears with meticulous plot construction and the kind of brilliant…
NBC has picked up 13 episodes of a new David Spade animated comedy co-produced by Brillstein-Grey Entertainment and NBC Studios.
CBS and Columbia Tri-Star TV are close to a deal under which the net would co-produce and air a new Bette Midler sitcom.
Can a Dutch channel that has the look and feel of a public broadcaster but the business savvy of a commercial outfit make it in the already overcrowded Dutch market? Can it target women and still…