"Total Recall 2070," the TV spinoff of the hit 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger actioner, will bow on the Showtime pay cabler in March and will segue to the first-run syndie broadcast arena in January 2000.
In a further expansion of the jurisdiction of TV gavelers, "Divorce Court" is going into session next year on the 22 Fox-owned stations.
After only three months on the air, Rainbow Media has rolled out its three MSG Metro channels to almost all of Cablevision Systems' 2.5 million subscribers in the New York area.
ABC led the networks with most wins at the 14th annual Shine Awards last week at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
ESPN veterans Keith Olbermann and Chris Myers will reunite in January to host the nightly sports roundup show on Fox Sports Net.
Former "Baywatch" star Carmen Electra has joined the cast of the WB drama "Hyperion Bay."
A majority of 400 high-definition television viewers who recently watched John Glenn's return to space at Boston's Museum of Science deemed the experience "spectacular."
Fox has kept the November sweeps adults 18-49 race interesting with its highest-rated non-baseball Thursday special ever, "World's Most Shocking Moments Caught on Tape."
TV Azteca has signed an exclusive agreement with Buena Vista Intl. Television for broadcast rights to movies, series and animation.
Warner Bros. Domestic Pay TV and Cable has added the weekly hourlong PBS series "Sessions at West 54th" to its bulging portfolio of music programming such as the "Hard Rock Live" series on VH1 and…