TV vets Bess Armstrong, Sally Struthers and Gerald McRaney along with feature thesp Samantha Mathis are headed to the small screen via two retro-themed pilot projects.
Backstage notes for the Screen Actors Guild awards.
Having officially launched his own TV and film production company, Ben Silverman hopes to bridge the divide between programming and commerce.
Muddying the Oscar outlook, Screen Actors Guild voters on Sunday tapped "Gosford Park" as surprise winner of its ensemble cast award, while Russell Crowe and Halle Berry took the top thesp nods for…
Will David Letterman jump to ABC? Not if the Dave of five years ago has anything to say about it.
"Survivor: Marquesas" remains an island of strength for CBS, adding a few new viewers in its second week -- but not enough to overtake NBC's still-mighty "Friends"-led Thursday night lineup.
Even the FCC has caught a touch of the merger mania bug. Effective March 25, the Mass Media and Cable Services will unite to become the Media Bureau.
TV Academy chairman Bryce Zabel has officially launched TV Responds, the org's task force relating to the ongoing war on terrorism.
Vivendi U chief Jean-Marie Messier has tacitly given Pierre Lescure's Canal Plus Group management team two years to shape up or ship out.
Michael Fleming: Dish
Oscar prospects for "A Beautiful Mind" brightened Saturday night as Ron Howard received the Directors Guild of America's award for outstanding directorial achievement in feature film.