Rupert Murdoch's FX cable network has ponied up about $40 million to engineer its first major buy of theatrical movies in their first broadcast window, but with one caveat: It will have to share the…
If there is justice in Hollywood, then HBO's bracing, flamboyant biopic "Winchell" will be remembered as the vehicle that made full-on stars of Stanley Tucci and Paul Giamatti as well as the film…
After putting out a nationwide dragnet for TV-friendly judges, Twentieth TV has tapped family law vet Mablean Ephriam to preside over its upcoming syndie revival of "Divorce Court."
Less "Wait Until Dark" than "The Christopher Reeve Story," ABC's ballyhooed remake of the 1954 Hitchcock classic "Rear Window" is so different in style and focus from its predecessor that it's…
"Twister" has generated just enough of a ratings updraft to lift NBC over Fox for the Nov. 9-15 primetime Nielsens week in adults 18-49, but not enough to reach CBS in households.
You might think of "Max Q" as "The Real World" in a space shuttle capsule. It's that dumb, that contrived, that directionless.
Buccieri & Weiss Prods. ("Penn & Teller's Sin City Spectacular") has inked a first-look development deal with Lions Gate Media, the TV arm of Lions Gate Entertainment.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has renewed its news series "Fox Files" for a full season of 22 episodes for the Thursday 9 p.m.-10 p.m. slot.
Producer Francine LeFrak is in negotiations with Bob DeBrino's Canterbury Films to produce a network telefilm based on the life of Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Sylvia Plath.
CBS has picked up nine additional episodes of its Monday Ted Danson sitcom "Becker," while ABC has slotted the Drew Carey-hosted reality series "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" for the Wednesday 9:30 p.m…
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