Telefilm written by Ellen Weston about vengeance looks for an answer and delivers it: revenge. Directed in clipped fashion by Robert Allan Ackerman, headlining Rob Lowe as a put-upon New York City…
UPN's newly installed prexy Dean Valentine has raised eyebrows among the netlet's affiliates by canceling a Jan. 20 breakfast meeting with affils during the National Assn. of TV Program Executives…
What looks like just another air-disaster vidpic turns out to be a well-thought-out, well-grounded stare at air traffic control stress. Using a fictional Midwest control center for the action…
CBS has inked a development deal with actor Michael Chiklis.
Broadcasters are close to an agreement that would allow satcasters to offer subscribers a package of programming that includes their local TV stations.
"KTLA Morning News" entertainment reporter Sam Rubin and talkshow vet Stephanie Edwards will on Friday will launch the local midmorning chatfest "The Live Show," skedded to run weekdays at 11 a.m. on…
Ratings of syndicated TV series have jumped by 8% in the fourth quarter of 1997 compared to the same period last year.
NBC has ordered five more episodes of its frosh Friday drama "Players." The Peacock web also confirmed Monday it will add "TV Censored Bloopers '98" to its struggling Saturday lineup as a regular 8…
Latest CBS Sunday Movie starts off with such promise it seems nothing can knock it off track. Writers Barbara Bosson and Joan Tewkesbury start building an appealingly whimsical story about an ailing…
The Federal Communications Commission is refusing to change course on its ban on owning a newspaper and TV station in the same market, much to Tribune Broadcasting Co.'s dismay.
The Disney Channel, beefing up its nightly theatrical double-feature franchise, has bought exclusive basic-cable windows to a batch of movies from Columbia TriStar, including "Hook," "Karate Kid III"…