With the fall drama pilot orders nearly wrapped, the broadcast networks, with the glaring exceptions of NBC and the WB, are turning inhouse for an unprecedented number of projects.
CBS continues to rally on Tuesdays, winning Feb. 9 in households with its top-rated single-part Tuesday movie since December 1996.
KCBS news anchor Larry Carroll and two other men pleaded not guilty Wednesday to fraud and other felony charges stemming from his alleged involvement in an investment venture that sparked a…
Mel Gibson and Robert De Niro are headed to TNT in 2001. The Turner cabler has bought up the broadcast preem window for Gibson’s “Payback” and De Niro’s “Ronin” in separate deals with Paramount and…
Sex, drugs and reunions are the dominate themes of programs announced for this year's U.S. Comedy Arts Festival.
Monday's childbirth episode of "7th Heaven" has delivered the highest house-holds results in the history of the WB netlet, a 7.3 rating, 11 share.
Warner Bros. TV officially anointed former Fox honcho Peter Roth president of the TV studio, replacing Tony Jonas, whose No. 2, exec VP of creative affairs Gary Levine, promptly resigned Tuesday.
"The '60s" has given NBC a warm, nostalgic flashback to the kind of dominance the Peacock enjoyed over the previous three seasons.
The successful PBS documentary franchise "The American Experience" grows with "Rescue at Sea," a sharply produced hour that makes impressive use of low-key dramatic re-creations as a subdued backdrop…
Say goodbye to "Melrose Place," but the show spawned it, "Beverly Hills, 90210," will be back for a 10th season. Fox on Tuesday renewed the Aaron Spelling soap with the nation's most celebrated zip…
A morality play disguised as horror, this three-part miniseries should win over a few remaining Stephen King holdouts while reinforcing the devotion of legions of fans.