Michael Davidoff and Bill Rosenthal, exec producers and creators of NBC's comedy series "Working," have extended their pact with NBC Studios in a three-year, multimillion-dollar development deal.
ABC led the webs, Rosie O'Donnell paced the yak pack and "The Young & the Restless" emerged as the show to beat after Wednesday's unveiling of the nominees for the 25th annual Daytime Emmy Awards.
The Gotham network flagship stations of NBC and CBS are both trying to cash in on their networks respective loss and gain of the NFL. WNBC, the NBC flagship, is expected to announce on March 12 that…
Boasting a starry exec roster (including Francis Ford Coppola, Robert Halmi and Franc Roddam), the miniseries version of "Moby Dick" slights Herman Melville's philosophizing in favor of action.
ABC's premiere of the midseason sitcom "That's Life" dropped six share points from its "Home Improvement" lead-in and fell well below the timeslot average this season in both homes and adults 18-49.
"Seinfeld" fans across the nation will be asked to vote for the all-time top-10 episodes of the sitcom in a poll conducted by Columbia TriStar Television Distribution (CTTD) in conjunction with the…
Polygram Video has picked up exclusive North American homevideo rights to "Noddy," the first series ever created by the BBC specifically for the North American market.
Showtime has canceled Larry Gelbart's race-car series "Fast Track" after a one-season run of 22 hourlong episodes.
Michael Madsen, who appeared in "Thelma and Louise," "Reservoir Dogs" and "Donnie Brasco," has been cast to star in the ABC pilot "Vengeance Unlimited."
Director Reza Badiyi reaches a Directors Guild of America milestone this week in helming his 400th episodic TV project: an edition of the Sci-Fi Channel (formerly Fox) drama "Sliders."
ABC has renewed frosh comedy "Dharma & Greg" and second-year sitcom "Spin City" for the 1998-1999 season.