Gene Siskel would be proud. While nobody is expecting Richard Roeper to blot out the memory of Chicago's most famous homegrown cinemaniac, the award-winning columnist does a very good job at starting…
GOP contender George Bush is ready to rumble; VP Al Gore says fine, but not unless everybody can watch. And the major networks' debate debacle, which has delayed the launch of the fall lineup, has…
BUENOS AIRES -- Up and coming Argentinean film director Bruno Stagnaro has been signed by leading TV producer Ideas del Sur for a 13-part drama series.
Feature scribe Michael Schiffer ("The Peacemaker") has inked an overall deal with NBC Studios to develop a one-hour drama for the Peacock web.
Multimedia company B4U (Bollywood for You) is launching four new channels as part of its expansion plans in India.
The first era of television was when variety shows made huge impressions, when an entire nation gathered in front of a glowing tube to watch the latest antics and acts from the likes of Milton Berle…
The Emmys kudocast, more than just a celebration of great TV, can be memorable in its own right.
Telepictures has got Cher, babe. The Time Warner firstrun TV division has commissioned a "Fashion Emergency"-like pilot to be exec produced by the diva, who is known almost as much for her outrageous…
"Inside Edition" has found a new Los Angeles home -- and a decent timeslot -- on KCAL. The King World-produced newsmagazine has recently been airing on KCBS, often in latenight slots. KCAL will air…
Last week's "Survivor" finale may have helped boost CBS in morning and latenight, but NBC still dominates the two dayparts.