Here's a long shot for ya: a short-run sitcom about the hardships faced by the Pilgrims -- launching in the middle of the summer. We can scarcely imagine the intense conflict this is likely to pose…
If you happen to spot a smiling sitcom star tooling around Burbank in a shiny new silver Porsche this week, it's probably just a cast member of NBC's "Will & Grace."
Writer-producer Yvette Lee Bowser ("For Your Love," "Living Single") is off to a running start on development for the 2000-01 season, having bagged an hourlong pilot order from the WB network and a…
R&B thrush Monica is set to star as an aspiring singer in "Angel of Mine," an ABC "Wonderful World of Disney" telepic to be produced by Whitney Houston's Brownhouse Prods.
Pubcaster KCET Los Angeles has bagged more money and an exec producer -- Bruce Paltrow -- for the first of its "PBS Hollywood Television" teleplays set to bow on PBS next year.
Fox has inked a multiyear agreement with Wink Communications, which will introduce interactive elements to Fox's programming and advertising.
The U.K.'s first true video-on-demand service will be launched in October, using British Telecom's national phone network.
Rupert Murdoch's underachieving FX cable network will harvest more than 4 million new subscribers on Aug. 17, thanks to a wide-ranging affiliate deal with DirecTV.
CBS execs have decided to launch the Eye's new family drama "Judging Amy" in the prime post- "60 Minutes" timeslot that "Touched by an Angel" normally fills.
Following last spring's dismal comedy development, NBC is drastically retooling several of its returning laffers while moving aggressively to find its next big sitcom hit.
Barry Diller said Thursday he would "beg, borrow or steal any cable network" he could find, even as his own top-rated USA net helped boost quarterly revenue and trim losses at parent company USA…