In a move that harks back to the golden age of television, Oxygen Media is looking to advertisers to sponsor specific programs.
After a nearly decadelong absence, Oscar and Emmy-winning scribe-producer James L. Brooks is set to return to live-action TV comedy next season as creator and exec producer of a half-hour comedy…
The "Eyes of Laura Mars" lite, "A Vision of Murder: The Story of Donielle" delivers on atmosphere but is devoid of thrills; it even reveals the killer's identity in the first 45 minutes, leaving…
The Directors Guild of America named a half-dozen directors of commercials, including four first-timers, as nominees Tuesday for outstanding directorial achievement in 1999.
Helmer Spike Jonze ("Being John Malkovich") has reupped with Propaganda Films' Satellite commercial subsid, extending his contract for an additional three years to shoot primarily ad spots and…
It's true that a dollar doesn't go as far as it used to, but ABC, at least, is finding that a "Millionaire" can still go a long way.
Kathy Najimy has decided to come out of the closet -- "Veronica's Closet," that is. After three years with the NBC laffer, thesp will ankle the skein at the end of this season. Najimy, who plays…
The "Late Show" without David Letterman beat "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" in both New York and Los Angeles on Monday night, according to Nielsen overnight ratings.
Chuck Dolan's Romance Classics cable network has decided to have some fun with its programming lineup of theatrical movies: The new umbrella concept of "Cinematherapy" will link the content of…
Paramount TV appears to have failed to keep "Leeza" alive as a firstrun syndicated series after NBC stopped supporting the show last year.