Solomon TV script ‘Unbelievable’ Columbia TriStar TV has paid “Men in Black” screenwriter Ed Solomon a pricey $250,000-$350,000 to pen a new TV comedy script set up at Fox. Solomon’s over-the-top…
NBC is feelin' groovy thanks to "The '60s,'' part one of which has lifted the Peacock to a lopsided early lead in the February sweeps and an easy win in weeklong Feb. 1-7 primetime results.
Veteran Spanish-language journalist Guillermo Martinez has been appointed to the new position of VP of news at cabler CBS TeleNoticias.
Julie Moran, senior correspondent and weekend anchor for Paramount's syndie stalwart "Entertainment Tonight," has reupped with a rich seven-figure deal that will keep her in the "ET" fold for the…
The Directors Guild of America on Monday announced the last of its nominations for 1998 helmers in the categories of documentaries, soaps and children's programs.
Frank Spotnitz, Emmy-nominated "X-Files" exec producer and "Millennium" co-exec producer, has inked an exclusive three-year, $4 million-$5 million deal with 20th Century Fox TV and has been named…
NBC has opened up an early lead in the February sweeps, though down 14% from year-ago adults 18-49 results, as Friday's "Providence" has faded somewhat under sweeps-month pressure.
The pay-per-view industry fell into a profound gloom following Friday's sentencing of Mike Tyson to a year in jail for assaulting two motorists in Gaithersburg, Md.
Jorja Fox, who plays intern Maggie Doyle on "ER," has been cast as the lead in UPN's new family drama from Tom Fontana and Barry Levinson.
Frank Military, writer of the Showtime TV movie "Blind Faith," will receive the Paul Selvin award from the Writers Guild of America West at its Feb. 20 kudofest.
Touchstone and Imagine TV, the production company behind "The PJs," "Felicity" and "Sports Night," has sold its first project to UPN, an hourlong soap opera comedy called "Student Affairs."