Gary David Goldberg, whose signature sitcom "Family Ties" helped NBC dominate Thursday nights during the 1980s, is returning to the Peacock fold.
African animators will get animated when the continent's inaugural animation confab is held in Johannesburg Oct. 14-16.
In the latest case of supposed synergy gone sour, television producer Steven Bochco has sued 20th Century Fox Film Corp., claiming his "NYPD Blue" show was licensed to a Fox cable network below its…
Barry Diller's USA Network has bought three sitcom reruns with a limited number of episodes: Mozark's "Hearts Afire" and two from Paramount TV, "Almost Perfect" and "Fired Up." The net will slot them…
As cable continues to slice away at the over-the-air broadcast audience share in primetime, it's inevitable that the free webs fight foul with foul to better compete. Hence, the arrival of "Action."…
Unapix Syndication is capitalizing on the outcry for minority programming by clearing a syndicated "Beisbol: The Latin Dream" special to a 70% national and 90% Hispanic audience in time for the…
Aidan Quinn will portray Paul McCartney and Jared Harris will play John Lennon in VH1's third original telefilm, "Two of Us."
Conservative media watchdog group Empower America will announce today that it is "dishonoring" Rupert Murdoch and his Fox Television Network with a "Silver Sewer Award." The group also plans to give…
Scribes Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett have inked a drama development pact with Studios USA TV, which has clinched a pilot deal with CBS for the pair's romantic comedy/mystery project, "Mysteries…
"Selena" filmmaker Gregory Nava is developing a family dramedy for CBS revolving around several generations of a Mexican-American clan in Los Angeles.
The new NFL season got off to a strong Nielsen start Sunday -- welcome news for CBS and Fox, which invested billions to secure pigskin rights. Overnight ratings for weekend games were solid enough…