Director Eric Laneuville and actors Gina Phillips and Mark-Paul Gosselaar turn in another tale of young Midwesterners fleeing homelife miseries for what they think will be gold in the Golden State…
NBC's "Law & Order" posted its highest rating in over three years last Thursday as the Dick Wolf drama kicked off a stint in the "ER" timeslot of 10-11 p.m.
Beltway lobbyists may meet with public interest groups as early as this week to begin taking suggestions for changes to the program ratings code, broadcast industry sources say.
History of the Hollywood Walk of Fame following its 1960s bow with 1,539 names makes up an OK Hollywood promo guided by Hollywood's honorary mayor Johnny Grant, who ticks off a few anecdotes and…
Concluding a long search, the Disney Channel has hired Shirley Powell as its new VP of media relations, adding another cog to its restructured executive team under prexy Anne Sweeney.
Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX took a record 40 nominations Thursday for the New York area Emmy Awards, honoring news, sports and other programming.
Scriptwriters Network has announced a May 10 deadline for the seventh annual Carl Sautter Memorial Scriptwriting Competition for Film & Television.
Village Roadshow Pictures Worldwide is planning to give a limited number of U.S. TV stations the rights to air 13 episodes of its Australian-produced hour drama strip "Pacific Drive" for free this…
New series from David E. Kelley is centered on small, poorly financed legal firm. On the surface, it's as far as the producer could get from "L.A. Law" while remaining within the profession and the…
Latest cop series entry, this one directed at a surefire clip by Roger Spottiswoode, centers on a onetime actual undercover unit of New York's finest, whose secret headquarters lie behind a Soho…
Prototypical Valley girl Buffy Summers has been chosen by destiny to eliminate the world's undead in a series that takes off from 1992 feature, also scripted by Joss Whedon. In its TV incarnation…