If Viacom's likely arranged marriage of CBS and UPN seems incongruous, perhaps we're given a preview of possible synergy with the Chuck Norris telepic "The President's Man." CBS draws many millions…
The World Wrestling Federation's proposed new football league, the XFL, has shifted from long shot to sure thing.
For years, Dick Wolf has shown a remarkable ability to drop immediately interesting characters into his "Law & Order" series and hold the interest of the viewer. "D.C.," which is peopled with the…
The USA network is hoping to capture a mass audience with a series about a mother-and-daughter team of bounty hunters, greenlighting "The Huntress" for 13 hourlong episodes.
Carsey-Werner has inked deals over the last two weeks with stations in 17 of the top 20 markets to hustle "That '70s Show" into off-net syndication.
By creating a show built around a symbiotic relationship between the forensic psychiatric department and the emergency room of a New York hospital, Peter Berg is able to draw upon a virtual gold mine…
Two days before "Wonderland" is set to premiere on ABC, the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill is up in arms over the way the new primetime drama, set in a criminal psychiatric hospital, portrays…
In this ongoing series, Patricia Routledge plays private detective Hetty Wainthropp, who "Mystery!" host Diana Rigg informs us is "a no-nonsense Manchester matron." An unlikely and sometimes uneasy…
Helmer Don Roos' single-cam laffer "M.Y.O.B.," originally planned as a midseason contender for NBC, will instead get a summer run.
Those who question television's role as an effective and powerful informational tool need only take one look at this unique public service documentary about the treatment and prevention of cancer…
After a 15-year absence, Oscar-winner Geena Davis is set to return to series TV as the star of ABC's Touchstone Television-produced comedy pilot "Lost and Found."