Twentieth Century Fox TV has sold two cast-contingent comedy pilots to CBS that were written and executive produced by Jeffrey Klarik.
The story of President Clinton's alleged affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky and the resulting fallout inspired a whopping 229 stories collectively on the primary TV newsmagazines…
ESPN Latin America has become the first programmer to announce breaking the 10 million-home barrier in the Latino cable TV arena.
NBC is benching "Fired Up" and moving "NewsRadio" to Wednesday at 8 p.m. in March to make way for the midseason comedies "House Rules" and "For Your Love."
Buena Vista TV has renewed "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show" for a second season, having already cleared the weekly syndie offering in 73% of the country and 19 of the top 20 markets.
Discovering that she has natural talent as an investigator, Ohio housewife Tess McCall (Patricia Kalember) begins snooping professionally. Husband Craig (Tom Irwin) wants her to stay home and tend to…
TNT is going into business with Hallmark Entertainment and its chairman Robert Halmi Sr., announcing Thursday that it has inked a multipicture deal with the big-budget production house that kicks off…
Italy's political parties appointed a new board to manage pubcaster RAI late last week.
Oscar- and Emmy-winning producer David L. Wolper has committed to making his first original series for cable TV, a millennium project entitled "Great People of the 20th Century" that's being made…
EXCLUSIVEProjects from Jason Katims, John Wells, John Masius and Chris Abbott are among the drama pilots for fall ordered by the networks in a flurry of activity last week. NBC has ordered two drama…
The Writers Guild of America announced Thursday that it will present its annual Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award to James L. Brooks and Allan Burns at the guild's award ceremonies Feb. 21.