Showtime has canceled the Barry Levinson and Tom Fontana-produced series "The Hoop Life" after 22 episodes.
A misogynistic mess, USA Network's "Cabin by the Lake" features one bland serial killer, several moronic femmes and a subplot that tries to milk romance out of very disturbing behavior. If pushing…
Cartoon Network is in talks with Tom Snyder Prods. about picking up "Home Movies," the animated half-hour series that aired on UPN last spring.
Pearson chief exec Marjorie Scardino will receive the Gold Nymph Award as outstanding media exec at the Monte Carlo Television Festival.
Turner Network Television Latam has inked movie licensing deals with Warner Bros. Intl. TV Distribution and with Columbia TriStar Intl. TV Latam.
Following a trail blazed by the Peacock web, ABC has begun greenlighting its drama scripts as presentations rather than full-length pilots.
In the years before his fabled return, John Lennon did have a particularly disheartening 1976. Paul McCartney was riding high on the success of "Wings at the Speed of Sound"; Lennon had lost a good…
Oxygen Media has booked the late leading ladies Marlene Dietrich, Claudette Colbert, Lucille Ball, Joan Crawford and Barbara Stanwyck for "The Girl in the Picture," the new primetime show that will…
NBC's contribution to the paranormal landscape is "The Others," a sketchy peek into the dark side and all of its mumbo jumbo. With a serious promo push and some big-name talent behind the camera…
Without the drama of a breaking sex scandal or an ongoing impeachment trial, President Clinton's State of the Union Address on Thursday plunged to lowest-ever Nielsens, down 12 million viewers from…
The issues explored in this well-intentioned documentary, and the pedigree of the filmmakers behind it, suggest that "Children in War" should be an important and impressive work. Made by the…