Won’t let go: Two shows have won the top Emmy for primetime series over four consecutive years: “The Dick Van Dyke Show” (1963-66) and “Hill Street Blues” (1981-84). Like a handful of other shows…
On Sept. 14, when Hollywood gussies up and rolls out the red carpet to celebrate excellence in television, fans nationwide will be joined by more than 650 million foreign viewers in 86 countries.
HBO has become the first cable network to announce that it will deliver a high-definition-television feed of its network, possibly as early as the summer of 1998.
Bloomberg Television, stymied in attempts to gain carriage on Time Warner's New York City cable system, has bought its way into the market by leasing time from Paxson Communications, the new owner of…
Having a solid pedigree in Emmyville carries the same merits as having famous parents in the real world. It will definitely open a lot of doors along the way, but once you're in, you'd better have…
To promote the mob miniseries "The Last Don," CBS passed out flyers to moviegoers waiting in line at cinemas to see the 25th anniversary rerelease of "The Godfather."
Warner Bros. TV has had some preliminary conversations with Witt-Thomas Prods. president Gary Levine about taking over as executive VP of creative affairs at the studio, sources say.
"Is Redd Foxx mad at you?" With these tender words, in the world according to Garry Shandling, a career in standup comedy was born.