Ramping up its commitment to original telefilms, VH1 will begin production today on "Daydream Believers: The Monkees' Story," about the four musicians/actors who starred in the 1960s TV show, and…
Carsey-Werner's feelin' all right about "That '70s Show" writer/producer Linda Wallem, who has signed an exclusive two-year deal with the indie production house.
Tom Everett Scott, currently starring as the head of a brokerage firm in New Line's "The Boiler Room," has signed on as the lead in "The Street," producer Darren Star's Fox drama pilot.
Fox is at it again. The network that revolutionized crude-and-rude TV returns to its roots with "Titus," an edgy but spotty comedy in desperate need of a moral compass. The dysfunction part is a…
After nearly a decade in development, James Dean's life story will finally be told -- as an original telepic at TNT. The cabler plans to premiere "James Dean: An Invented Life," which will track…
Scribes Jack Kenny and Brian Hargrove, whose new Fox laffer "Titus" bows tonight, have inked a new multiyear overall deal with 20th Century Fox Television.
Fox Family Channel has outbid Pax TV and the Henson-Hallmark Odyssey Network for the cable TV rights to reruns of the NBC Studios hit series "Providence." The cost: $700,000 per episode -- a record…
A record number of U.S. shows will compete for the Golden Rose at this year's light entertainment festival, which runs May 4-9, in the Swiss resort town of Montreux. A total of 14 American shows will…
WCBS-TV New York has canceled the anemically rated "Dr. Joy Browne" daily hour at 3 p.m. and replaced it with a second run of "Hollywood Squares."
CLT/Ufa has reached an agreement to take over the remaining 35% of the Holland Media Group from the Veronica Group, giving it 100% control of the three-channel Dutch commercial network.
As part of its record $120 million investment in original crime and justice programming, Court TV will debut three original series and two documentary miniseries in 2000-01, Henry Schleiff, the court…