CBS is launching the Studios USA drama "Turks" on Thursday, Jan. 21, at 9 p.m. "Promised Land" will be off the schedule until March 25, meaning "Turks" is the choice for the February sweeps period…
Court TV, seeking to increase its visibility to harvest better ratings, has joined with Disney's Touchstone Pictures to produce 3-1/2 hours of programming during the week of Jan. 4 on the court case…
Colombia's National TV Commission (CNTV) could be abolished in March if lawmakers approve a package of political reforms now under review.
The NBC O&O group is expected to name a new distributor for its syndie magazine show “Access Hollywood” by the end of this week. Warner Bros. is believed to be the leading contender to take over next…
In response to NBC's charges that flaws in Nielsen methodology have caused a decline in 18-34 viewership, a new Nielsen Media Research report maintained that NBC and TV in general have for years…
ABC's Tuesday-night freshman show "Sports Night" has received the first TV Land Future Classic Award.
The Sundance Channel has chosen "1999" as, appropriately, its first world-premiere movie in 1999.
Meg Ryan's Prufrock Pictures and actress/writer Heather Thomas ("The Fall Guy") have sold UPN a pilot presentation for an animated comedy about quintuplets in junior high.
Work in 154 feature films and 183 primetime TV and cable programs, representing 1,399 performances, are eligible for consideration in the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The verdict is in: Warner Bros.' "Judge Mathis" is headed for a fall 1999 syndie bow.
Eyemark Entertainment has inked a big-bucks deal with Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX New York and KTLA Los Angeles for the off-network rights to the CBS sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" beginning in…