Fox's top programming team Tuesday delivered a state of the web address which, if it were a movie, might carry the title "That Was Yesterday, This Is Now."
Score one for the freaks and geeks: NBC has picked up an additional four episodes of the frosh DreamWorks dramedy "Freaks and Geeks."
David Letterman's endless rantings have paid off: Hillary Clinton has been booked on his CBS yakker "Late Show."
Medical dramas are everywhere, but predominantly black casts are not. That's about to change. Steven Bochco's "City of Angels" lands on CBS' schedule as a midseason replacement and does for networks…
Cable movies dominated the longform categories in the Writers Guild of America nominations for best writing, taking seven of eight noms in the original and adapted groups.
In David Lynch's "Twin Peaks" and "Blue Velvet," Kyle MacLachlan proved the quirkiest lead thesp around, and repeatedly inhabited an American landscape in which danger always lurked. So when…
St. Amos Prods. is lining up a full house of telepics now that company founder John Stamos has inked telepic projects with NBC, the Disney Channel and the Fox Family Channel.
In a blockbuster deal worth upwards of $20 million, megascribe Michael Crichton has inked with Artists Television Group to write and exec produce an hourlong drama series for Fox Broadcasting -- his…
Cartoon Network is gearing up for Campaign 2000. The cable net is asking viewers to vote for their favorite cartoon character and has recruited former senator Bob Dole as a spokesman for Bugs Bunny.
Televisa will bow Cartoon Network original programming, beginning Jan. 10.
With the world's largest video vault in tow, Paramount is expected to soon unveil a weekly reality series titled "Maximum Exposure" to join the already hot "Dr. Laura Schlessinger" for this month's…