Forget football. The ratings powerhouse that's keeping ABC in firm control of the opening night of the Nielsen week is no longer ''Monday Night Football'' but Monday night "Millionaire.''
Figure skating, which burst into prominence as fodder for primetime network specials after Tonya Harding's assault on Nancy Kerrigan in 1994, is making its presence felt for the first time in TV…
The networks scrambled Tuesday to determine who would represent each of them at an NAACP public hearing scheduled for next week. The Monday event will discuss the civil rights group's ongoing TV…
The play "Execution of Justice," written by Emily Mann in the mid-'80s, was an effort to make sense of a jury verdict that confounded a country and caused a riot in San Francisco. Screenwriter…
Discovery Communications and ZDF Enterprises, the commercial arm of the German pubcaster ZDF, have agreed to extend their collaborative partnership.
Viewer's Choice, the dominant pay-per-view distributor in the U.S., will celebrate New Year's Eve with the Artist Formerly Known as Prince.
The Arena Football League, which is beginning its 14th year, has scored its best TV deal yet, signing a contract with TNN that will give the league its first regular weekly primetime exposure.
For Richard Simmons, the dream is over. Tribune Entertainment and Simmons have agreed to part ways, ending runs of the low-rated "Richard Simmons' Dreammaker" effective Jan. 14. The strip, which…
For all the rewards "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" is delivering to ABC, the phenomenally successful gameshow can't solve all of the Alphabet web's problems.
Despite organizers attempts to widen the net to include more non-English lingo programs, the British came away with the six International Emmys Monday night during a gala ceremony.
Fox apparently finds "That '70s Show" groovy. Very groovy. The network has picked up two full years of the Carsey-Werner laffer, which will guarantee it a spot on the air until at least 2002.