The jocks at NBC have silenced the nerds of "Freaks and Geeks."
Goldberg and NBC know there's a kernel of quality in "Battery Park," but getting an ensemble comedy to gel at lightning speed, even with special handling, is well nigh impossible. Episode reviewed…
Richard and Lili Fini Zanuck may not have enlisted Debbie Allen's terpsichorean talents for this year's Academy Awards, but that doesn't mean TV viewers won't be getting their fill of choreography.
The Museum of Television & Radio has unveiled plans to launch an annual Television Documentary Festival, the first edition of which will roll out May 3-21 in New York.
TNT Masters Series will film a tribute concert to Joni Mitchell on April 6 at Hammerstein Ballroom. The gala will be hosted by Ashley Judd.
In a move to boost ratings, Chuck Dolan's three Metro Channels, which are geared to cable subscribers in the Greater New York area, will get a makeover stressing fun and entertainment over pure…
Broadcasters held their breaths Tuesday as the French parliament began debating what slice of the action each may expect to get when France's terrestrial TV goes digital in 2002.
Indian filmmaker Nisha Ganatra's debut film "Chutney Popcorn" will be the centerpiece presentation of Out Loud, the Sundance Channel's monthlong lesbian and gay-themed film series airing throughout…
FX, one of the fastest growing cable networks in the U.S., has begun production on its first original movie, the $4 million-plus courtroom thriller "Deliberate Intent."
With three episodes of quizzer "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and two installments of "20/20" ranking as last week's five most-watched programs, the Alphabet web has claimed its 12th straight…
In a multimillion-dollar deal, Fox News has re-upped Neil Cavuto's contract as VP and managing editor of business news for four years.