Open City Films' Blow Up Pictures has completed a deal with Given Films to present "Six Chicks in a Kitchen," a pilot for a TV series shot in digital video.
And now for Evel Knievel's latest stunt: The famed thrill-seeker has signed on as color commentator of UPN's upcoming stunt reality series "I Dare You! The Ultimate Challenge."
The Disney Channel is licking its chops at the prospect of scoring the TV premiere of "Toy Story 2," probably in the spring of 2001, in effect superseding both pay per view and pay TV.
U.K. cable and satellite programmer Flextech has sealed a comprehensive carriage deal with cable operator NTL covering both analog and digital TV.
David Letterman may be closing the gap on Jay Leno in total viewers, but Leno's "Tonight Show" remains a powerhouse in key young-adult demographics, claiming its biggest November sweeps margins ever…
Men who are able to leap tall building in a single bound may not be featured in TBS' upcoming series "Ripley's Believe or Not," but Dean Cain will still take center stage on the series as host the…
NBC's "Today Show" has completed its fourth full year at the head of the early-morning Nielsen pack, stretching the longest winning streak in the history of competitive early-ayem broadcasting to 208…
Television France Intl., the umbrella group responsible for promoting French production exports, has introduced Chinese onto its popular program Web site. Unveiling the development at Mip Asia, TVFI…
Now that E! Entertainment's first original telepic "Best Actress" has wrapped, the cabler has unveiled a slew of other long and short-form fictional Tinseltown tales for 2000.
Veteran "Star Trek" scribe-producer Michael Piller and his son Shawn have pacted with the WB on a two-year drama series deal that includes at least one production commitment and three pilot script…