USA Broadcasting is expected to announce today plans for the debut of local sports and entertainment programming on its TV station in Atlanta in early November.
Television producers evidently have some very compelling mother issues. Why else would we have a sitcom trend involving put-upon men and the brassy women who dominate them? It was the concept…
Imagine Television -- riding high on its grand slam last season with the WB's "Felicity," Fox's "The Pjs" and ABC's "Sports Night" -- has two hot development prospects set up at ABC with pilot…
There's something very familiar about CBS' "Sealed With a Kiss," but that's not such a terrible thing. A small-screen patchwork of "You've Got Mail" and "Sleepless in Seattle," this semi-sweet…
Now that people on the streets of New York can look into the set of "Good Morning America," more people around the country are looking in on the telecasts.
Everybody may indeed still love Raymond each Monday night on CBS, but much of the remainder of that lineup underscores the point that Ray is the last lovable guy left on the planet. The new comedy…
In its first big development deal for the 2000-01 season, UPN has given a 13-episode order to an animated comedy starring and exec produced by Howard Stern.
Based on the novella "A Travesty" by Donald E. Westlake, with a screenplay by Macy and writing partner Steven Schachter, "A Slight Case" is a hilarious sendup of movies and the people who love them…
Just call it the feat of Clay. The Fox web has greenlit a Muhammad Ali biopic, to be produced by Robert De Niro's Tribeca Prods. and Fox TV Studios Pictures. Tribeca originally set up the project at…
The message that leaps to the fore from the outset of "Judging Amy" is that if you're going to become a judge, it's probably a bad idea to live with someone who reminds you daily that you're…