Jonathan Axelrod and James Widdoes, two exec producers on the hit CBS sitcom "Dave's World," are close to signing an exclusive pact to develop and produce series with CBS Entertainment Prods.
An ugly, gross tale of wife abuse and murder, toplining Jaclyn Smith, arguably represents the nadir of the domestic-violence genre.
Helmers of ABC's "NYPD Blue" blew away the opposition Monday, dominating the list of tube nominees for the 46th annual Directors Guild of America awards Monday, while HBO directors buoyed cabler…
The ABC telepic “Death in Small Doses” and the one-hour drama “Jacqui’s Dilemma” will air on dates to be announced. Reviews on Jan. 21 and Jan. 27, respectively, gave incorrect airdates…
A new pilot fire safety inspection program, currently being used on the set of CBS' "Diagnosis: Murder," may soon lead to lower location filming costs for the entire industry within the city of L.A.
The Buffalo Bills kept things close long enough to generate huge Super Bowl numbers, as the game crossed the Nielsen goal line with its highest rating in seven years.
TV's "Seinfeld," the film "Philadelphia" and the play "Angels in America" were among the 1994 Media Awards given by the Los Angeles and New York chapters of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against…
ABC will seek to expand its weekly "ABC in Concert" latenight franchise with an hourlong country-music version of the show that will be scheduled through the summer opposite "Saturday Night Live" at…
"Law & Order" star Michael Moriarty, who has criticized the Clinton administration for its campaign against violence on TV, has quit the series.
French textiles and communications group Chargeurs is to take a 10% stake in one of the big three French cable operators, Lyonnaise Communications.
"Late Show With David Letterman" and "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" will each coast-hop during the May sweeps, with Letterman expected to bring his show to Los Angeles while Leno takes "Tonight"…