Nippon TV (NTV) will start live transmission of Japanese pro baseball games to Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Guam/Saipan and Hawaii this week.
Sandra Bernhard ("Roseanne"), Andy Dick ("NewsRadio") and Jim Belushi ("Mighty Ducks") have joined the voice cast of UPN's upcoming animated comedy pilot "Quints."
Japan's long flirtation with high definition television (HDTV) using an analog format is expected to officially end by 2007, the Posts and Telecommunications Ministry said.
TNT will make 12 original movies, five primetime specials and a four-hour "David Copperfield" miniseries for cablecasting during the 1999-2000 season, at a cost of more than $130 million.
"Baywatch" will change names and locations for the next season -- its 10th -- beginning with its 200th episode, tentatively titled "Aloha Baywatch."
Following a one-year experiment with an 8 p.m. ET start time that produced disappointing ratings, ABC and the NFL have decided to return to the traditional 9 p.m. start for "Monday Night Football"…
Rysher Entertainment has inked a $60 million-plus deal with USA Network for the rerun rights to the CBS actioner "Nash Bridges" beginning in fall 2000.
Looking like potential hits a week ago, ABC's promising pair of Wednesday rookies, "Norm" and "It's Like, You Know...," have turned in fairly ordinary Nielsens with their second airings. Meanwhile…
Kids' WB! today will announce plans to add a second daily run of the Japanese import "Pokemon" to the web's ayem lineup starting next fall.
Moonstone Entertainment, the company behind Robert Altman's "Cookie's Fortune" and Alan Rudolph's "Afterglow," is moving into the television biz.
USA Networks has signed a series development deal with Michael Lansbury, whose experience encompasses everything from "The Simpsons" and "Married ... With Children" to "Dream On" and "The Pretender."
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