Celebrities have long aligned themselves with political causes, but few actually make as significant a difference as Fanny Kemble, a British actress whose memoirs of life on a slave-owning plantation…
Turner Classic Movies has scheduled a documentary on the women directors, writers and producers of the early days of Hollywood. Docu "Without Lying Down" will be part of an August festival of movies…
NBC affiliates are once again crying foul as the Peacock announced plans to begin airing rebroadcasts of the "NBC Nightly News" on Pax TV. In a one-month test, "NBC Nightly News" will air on all Pax…
ABC will add the animated skein "Teacher's Pet" to its "Disney's One Saturday Morning" lineup this fall. Nathan Lane, whose previous TV credits include NBC's short-lived "Encore Encore," provides the…
The MTV Movie Awards are back again for their ninth outing and -- considering some of the categories -- they promise to be as irreverent as ever.
Whoopi Goldberg and Barbra Streisand will exec produce "What Makes a Family," an original telefilm for Lifetime Television, the femme cabler will announce today at an upfront presentation for…
Twentieth TV has engineered a first-ever deal for the cable-TV rights to the animated sitcom "King of the Hill," selling it not to a specific network but to the Fox Channels Group in general.
Canadian children's TV producer Cinar received at least C$7.8 million ($5.4 million) in Quebec provincial tax credits for shows that were written by American scriptwriters and did not qualify as…
The Hollywood Radio and Television Society has finally made it into syndication.
ABC and Touchstone have found Geena Davis a few female buddies. Joining Davis in the pilot "Lost and Found" are Mimi Rogers, Wendy Makkena and relative newcomer Cindy Lu.