Here it is, the show that will bring down the republic, that will warp your mind, that will fry the little brain cells inside the heads of your impressionable children --- the one that God Himself…
The Wall Street Journal will shortly begin publication of both a daily listing of television programs and a weekly listing of Broadway shows, giving the theater world and the television industry a…
It's no wonder NBC just extended Tom Brokaw's contract and Peter Jennings this month will sign a new long-term pact with ABC: The small handful of rising TV-news stars don't want their jobs.
Showtime's latest kidvid film "The Right Connections" falls flat on its formulaic posterior, thanks to co-exec producer Paul Bernbaum's script and director Chuck Vinson's uninspired helming. Only one…
Will the upcoming season of "Home Improvement" be the last? Series star Tim Allen, sources say, is still "wrestling" with the decision of whether to sign on for an eighth year of the hit ABC sitcom…
At its weekly Wednesday meeting here, the Malaysian Cabinet finally approved the application by one of the country's private terrestrial stations, TV3, to transmit around the clock.
The daytime CBS drama "The Young and the Restless" has reached another milestone in its amazing run atop the nation's daytime household ratings.
Peter Bogdanovich directs an appealing, earnest, old-fashioned telefilm about a man whose values may or may not have been shaken by a mighty conflict and how someone from outside his world can…
As a result of declining market share, Telemundo Group continued to bleed red ink in its second quarter earnings report, which was released Thursday.
Citing violent content in the "Brooklyn South" pilot, a watchdog group is organizing a petition drive urging CBS stations not to air the Steven Bochco production.
"Eye on L.A.," the longrunning nightly KABC magazine series that stopped production at the end of 1990, is returning to the Disney-owned station with an edition that initially will run only on Sunday…