To no one's surprise, exec producer Gary Smith and director Dwight Hemion have turned in a holiday-period special that's a pleasantry, and have also resurrected that by-the-wayside novelty, a…
Cartoon Network is adding two new series and eight more from the Warner Bros. library as it steps up a challenge for kidvid viewers.
Slick, with a sharp script that harbors a couple of weak spots, and standout perfs from Alice Krige and Brian Dennehy, "Indefensible: The Truth About Edward Brannigan" is a mouthful of a title but a…
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), chairman of the Senate committee on telecommunications and a potential candidate for President of the U.S., told an audience of TV executives that he's talking to the…
What was designed to be a two-part series on safety and cleanliness violations at L.A. County's 20,000 restaurants on Nov. 16 and 17 has turned into a monster for KCBS news in both ratings and…
Jon Favreau, the writer, co-producer and star of the Miramax pic "Swingers," has inked an exclusive one-year development deal with Disney's Touchstone TV, his first entry into small screen production.
DreamWorks is starting to spin sales pitches to the TV station community for the off-network rights to its ABC sitcom "Spin City."
Spurred by the popularity of "Touched by an Angel," television is about to roll out "Touched by a Contestant."
Fox has stirred up a hornets' nest of controversy with its promotion of tonight's primetime special, "Breaking the Magician's Code: Magic's Biggest Secrets Revealed."
CBS has virtually locked up the November sweeps households crown with a huge Sunday win from the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" telefilm "What the Deaf Man Heard."