Unbecoming title of the latest "Wonderful World of Disney" entry is the only thing that's not a delight, as Kirstie Alley plays a singular dentist-cum-tooth fairy soaring among clouds, as well as…
Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin, the men behind "Independence Day," have modeled "The Visitor" on a similar derivative. Unlike "Independence Day," though, there's less wit shown in reassembling the…
You've seen her on MTV's "Singled Out." You've seen her in Playboy. Now, introducing Jenny McCarthy in the role she was born to play: small town yokel-turned-Hollywood mover and jiggler. It's Jenny…
EchoStar Communications Corp. on Sunday will launch its third satellite (EchoStar III) from Cape Canaveral Air Station in Florida, allowing the satcaster to expand its channel offerings via the Dish…
Bryant Gumbel's new CBS newsmag stumbled out of the gate Wednesday, placing fifth behind UPN in the key adults 18-49 demo.
UPN's Tuesday sitcom "Head Over Heels" is the first new show of the season to bite the dust.
The Hispanic cable network Galavision will launch Si-TV, a one-hour weekly programming block that the web claims represents the first TV service designed for English dominant/bilingual Latinos, on…
In an almost inevitable bonding of Spain's top upscale players, leading indie distributor Alta Films has signed an output deal with terrestrial paybox Canal Plus and digital operator CanalSatelite…
Paramount's "Entertainment Tonight" has teamed with the Museum of Television & Radio to host a series of monthly screenings of classic TV movies.
"NYPD Blue" reruns and "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show" led the first wave of action hours and other syndie weeklies premiering last month.