Colombian television opened a new chapter last week with the award of commercial licenses to two of the country's leading program producers.
Greg Palmer's created a worthy account of vaudeville, found good film clips, brought forth enough ex-vaudevillians to reminisce, and has penned an enlightening, often witty observation on an art form…
German engineering meets American fantasy (again) in this tepid remake of the hugely successful 1969 original "The Love Bug" --- which was, astonishingly, the highest-grossing film in the United…
There were no syndie fireworks for the week of the July 4th holiday, when ratings for many top strips hit new lows, according to Nielsen's report for the week ended July 6.
CBS isn't quite ready to claim victory in the November sweeps households race, excepting an occasional slip of the tongue, but the Eye net does agree it would take an "extraordinary" rally by NBC to…
MTV alum Karen (Duff) Duffy has signed a development deal with Columbia TriStar Television Distribution.
Judge Reinhold has completed principal photography on the Showtime original film "Sorrow Floats," from director John Badham and co-starring Rosanna Arquette and Paul Hogan.
It looks like the turnover among top management at UPN is continuing. Nobody's talking on the record yet, but it appears that UPN senior executive VP Len Grossi is preparing to ankle his post after…
Geraldo Rivera is trading in his syndie talkshow for a bigger role in the Peacock's news division, after inking a deal with NBC News president Andy Lack late Monday.
"What the Deaf Man Heard," starring Matthew Modine, has silenced CBS' competition for another week, guiding the Eye to its third-straight primetime Nielsens victory in households (including one tie).
Fred Savage will be gainfully employed for at least the rest of the TV season.