The 1960s TV saw such upheaval and change it could be discussed in four separate chunks: pre-1963, post-John. F. Kennedy assassination, pre-Vietnam, postwar protests.
Carl Reiner started out too smart for his own good. "They kept skipping me a grade in school," Reiner recalls of his childhood in the Bronx. He got so far ahead of himself, he says, "I started to…
Both TV Land's Tom Hill and small-screen historian Tim Brooks rave about "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis."
"I Love Lucy" may have given birth to the sitcom but the genre didn't truly come of age until the 1970s. The smiley face decade gave rise to an amazing number of classic comedies as the screwball…
Media congloms continue to eye Telemundo as the Spanish-lingo broadcaster shops itself to the likes of NBC, Viacom and now AOL Time Warner.
Sean Astin, Rebecca DeMornay, Evan & Jaron, Jennifer Grey, Lisa Loeb, Alfred Molina, Steven Weber, Henry Winkler and cast members from "Boston Public," "Felicity," "Providence," "The West Wing" and…
The remnants of what was Artists Television Group continue to scatter around Hollywood. NBC Studios and Paramount Network Television are closing in on a deal to share the services of former "Friends"…
Faced with the prospect of pushing a revamped Fox Family on hostile cable operators nationwide, Disney may see basketball as a key selling point.
WE: Women's Entertainment has engineered its first major deal for an off-network series, buying exclusive rerun rights to Buena Vista TV's hit WB series "Felicity."
ESPN News is getting an on-screen makeover, highlighted by a constant scroll across the bottom of the screen chock full of sports scores and headlines.
U.K. indie Target Distribution has sold reality format "I Want a Wife: Alaska" to the Fox network, its fourth U.S. deal.
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