The premiere of Lifetime's original drama "Any Day Now" got off to a good ratings start Tuesday, but the cable web's original sitcom "Maggie" didn't hold its lead-in.
Edna Ferber's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "So Big" will be developed as a two-hour movie for CBS.
Seinfeld gameplan: lunch NEW YORK — Following Jerry Seinfeld's stand-up run at Broadway's Broadhurst Theater this month for HBO, it's anybody's guess what the Master of His Own Domain might do next…
Film director Stanley Donen will make his TV directing debut next season with the two-hour telepic "Love Letters," based on A.R. Gurney's international hit play of the same title. Production begins…
In what appears to be a nasty rift, creator Shaun Cassidy has pulled out of the troubled Fox drama "Hollyweird," which Fox now confirms will not make it onto the fall schedule.
Leading Argentina broadcaster Telefe has pacted with Mexico's TV Azteca to produce a third, country-specific version of its kidvid hit "Chiquititas."
Morgan Creek Prods. and Tribune Entertainment are hoping to turn more than a few heads with a new syndie series based on the spine-tingling 1973 horror classic "The Exorcist."
Sam Shepard and Judy Davis have signed to star as Dashiell Hammett and Lillian Hellman in cable web A&E's original film "Dash and Lilly."
It was far from a record, but President Clinton's admission that he lied about his affair with a former White House intern still drew one of the biggest TV crowds of the year.
HBO has signed John Cusack ("Grosse Pointe Blank") for its original film "The Jack Bull," which will begin shooting Sept. 15 in Calgary, Canada.