"Brooklyn South" is yet another attempt to reinvent the police drama from the mother of all cop show producers, the man who thrust "Hill Street Blues" and "NYPD Blue" onto an unsuspecting world. But…
Yasmine Bleeth dives nimbly out of "Baywatch" and into the opener of ABC's new season of Sunday Night Movies, a droll, ironic murder mystery. Penned by Alan Hines, Carey W. Hayes and Chad Hayes…
Children's Television Workshop and Nelvana are teaming to produce an animated series aimed at helping kids understand math and how it affects everyday life.
American and British acts have dominated the nominee categories for the 1997 MTV Europe Music Awards, MTV Europe announced Wednesday.
CBS has promoted two executives in its publicity department. Theresa Corigliano has been named vice president of publicity for primetime series, while Nancy Carr has been upped to VP of publicity for…
The 49th Primetime Emmy Awards were a celebration of TV's social conscience and the medium's ability to move minds, emotions and attitudes as it entertains.
With an eye toward filling a growing hunger for nature-themed programming, Mandalay Entertainment chieftain Peter Guber unveiled on Wednesday Mandalay Media Arts, a new division of his production…
Comedian Red Skelton, widely popular in radio, films and TV from the 1940s through the early '70s, died Wednesday morning after a long illness at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage. He was 84.
CBS News president Andrew Heyward issued yet another apology for the Eye web's delay in covering Princess Diana's fatal car accident Aug. 31, this time to disgruntled affiliates gathered here for the…
Just two months after being named executive producer of CBS' "Early Edition," Dean Hargrove has stepped down to focus solely on developing new projects.
The performance of DreamWorks TV has been decidedly mixed over the past two years. Out of the five network series the studio has placed on the air, four have been canceled; the other one, ABC's…