Acreditable mix of character study and thriller elements, Tim Hunter's "The Maker" skirts but manages to elude several current genre traps --- particularly those cliches surrounding both…
The "NYPD Blue" David Caruso of four years ago may end up outstripping the popularity of the current incarnation of David Caruso as "Michael Hayes" on CBS.
Major League Soccer on Thursday signed a six-year deal with ESPN that will greatly expand the sport's presence at both the cable web and its sister ABC Sports division.
The spirit of Larry, Moe and Curly lives on in "Players," a new NBC drama about three paroled felons who are used by the FBI to help nab their own scummy kind. They're con artists on the right side…
American Film Institute grad student Anne Madden has been named winner of the Angelus Awards’ Patrick Peyton Excellence in Filmmaking Award. The prize, for Madden’s “First Daughter,” carries a $2,500…
CBS has picked up the back nine episodes of its freshman comedies "George & Leo" and "The Gregory Hines Show," even though neither show has earned stellar ratings out of the box.
Kristy Swanson has certainly taken a departure from the squeaky-clean Valley Girl persona she established in the title role of the feature pic "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer." As the devastatingly…
Most of television's Golden Era is lost forever --- thrown out with the trash or, literally, dumped at sea --- according to a five-volume study released by the Library of Congress Thursday.
In a speech about TV's social responsibility, Vice President Al Gore on Thursday lauded ABC's sitcom "Ellen" for helping "open minds and hearts."
Just in time for the World Series, Showtime gives us this trifle that will never be confused with the second coming of "Bang the Drum Slowly." The sap flows freely, and while Paul Sorvino turns in a…