Former Witt-Thomas scribe Mitchell Hurwitz is suddenly golden: He's just scored blind pilot commitments from both ABC and CBS.
The prospect of a subway World Series between the New York Yankees and the New York Mets has started to course through the city's bloodstream, dominating the local TV newscasts and generating…
This season's sole rookie newsmag, MGM's "National Enquirer TV," added another mouth to the mix when Susan Campos joined the syndie strip as co-host Monday.
Showtime and MGM TV Entertainment have signed James Woods to star in "Dirty Pictures," a fact-based TV movie dealing with the Cincinnati museum director who went on trial in 1990 for exhibiting…
With "The Strip," none other than Joel Silver has tossed UPN into a time machine and rekindled an era in which gratuitous violence was a goal rather than an area of shame. Image, shmimmage.
The late Benny Hill is returning to American TV. The British comic scored big ratings in U.S. syndication in the mid-1980s with good-natured slapstick humor that usually featured scantily clad young…
The American Film Institute will present two-time Emmy Award-winning producer Dorothea G. Petrie with the 1999 Charles W. Fries television producer of the year award Oct. 26.
Lifetime is devoting its entire primetime schedule on Oct. 24 to an exploration of racism in America, with a special two-hour edition of the cabler's hit drama series "Any Day Now," followed by a…
Chinese television authorities have moved to halt a resurgence of unauthorized advertising on local terrestrial and cable TV channels.
As "Hercules" nears its demise in syndication, Studios USA has cast the leads in one of its replacement series, slated to air in January.
ABC's "The Practice" came out on top of the Sunday Nielsen race, while NBC's third airing of "Third Watch" stumbled. The David E. Kelley drama now shows signs of becoming that night's dominant demo…