Anticipating a strong theatrical bow on Friday, CBS has agreed to pay MGM at least $20 million for exclusive broadcast TV rights to the latest James Bond film, "Tomorrow Never Dies."
Let bygones be bygones, or just get over it --- that's the premise of a new syndie daytime strip, "Forgive or Forget," from Fox's Twentieth Television.
Charlie Gibson, co-anchor of ABC's troubled "Good Morning America," is expected to ink a new pact to host A&E Network's signature series "Biography," but likely will remain with the Alphabet web and…
The excruciating saga of ailing Aussie satcaster Australis Media's Galaxy TV took a bizarre turn Friday when former chief exec Sean O'Halloran threatened to provide regulators with allegedly damaging…
Eight-hour historical doc based on the provocative David Halberstam tome "The Fifties" carries the depth and vitality of a truly definitive work, painstakingly deconstructing one of our most…
Despite the powerful but too-brief presence of Julie Harris as her holy-terror grandmother, this is young thesp Jena Malone's vidpic. Malone's solemn-faced, bounce-back Ellen Foster strides bravely…
Following the theory that there can never be too many recastings of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," this USA made-for re-teams Cicely Tyson and director John Korty from memorable "The…
Jack the Ripper comes loping again out of the 1888 London fog in yet another version of his crimes, his motives and his often-surmised, never-proved identity. Deadly dull and begging, entry imported…
We all know what the world's oldest profession is. But this sumptuously detailed, ultra-comprehensive four-hour historical doc makes a strong case for magic being the second-oldest, blending film…
Trimark's "Eve's Bayou" reeled in the lion's share of nominations Thursday for the 29th NAACP Image Awards, which will be presented Feb. 13-14 in Pasadena.
After a crisis in the mid-1990s and a stabilization last year, the annual Monte Carlo television market (Feb. 23-26) has reported that marketing efforts have paid off.