The WB netlet has reskedded the season finale of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" for July 13, while CBS has locked in move dates for two of its sitcom anchors.
Showbiz was an early calling for Martin Short, the 1999 recipient of the Banff Television Festival's Sir Peter Ustinov Comedy Network Award.
Comic Sean M. Cullen has inked a six-figure deal with CBS Prods. to develop and star in a sitcom for fall 2000.
After months of negotiations, moribund Australian feevee operator Cable & Wireless Optus has at last made progress in its quest to reduce its hefty programming expenses, talking its movie suppliers…
It's difficult to calculate just how much winning an Emmy impacts a performer's personal bottom line. We know that earning an Oscar tends to inflate one's bank account fairly rapidly in terms of…
There is no surer sign that David E. Kelley has seized the crown as the TV production community's undisputed king than the fact that many pilots and series are now described as being made in the…
After taking home multiple awards from the television and motion picture academies, Avid executives will make room in their trophy case for Banff's Intl. Image Outstanding Achievement Award for…
"Snoops," the latest drama from David E. Kelley, won't debut until the fall. But since Kelley's track record is so consistent, it's possible to confidently make a few predictions even without having…
It's that time of year again, when people start talking about television awards and nominations. Well, actually, that's misleading -- these days, you could throw a dart at a calendar and hit an…
Japan took the first step Wednesday in what promises to be a long and convoluted process that could result in new regulations for children's TV programs.