Polygram Television, the broadcast division of the Dutch entertainment conglomerate, has snapped up U.S. distribution rights to "Total Recall: The Series," a $27 million, 22-episode primetime…
Punitive damages should not be awarded when investigative reporters tell lies because such fibs have a long and honorable history, an attorney for ABC television said in a court hearing Monday.
Hal Fishman, the veteran KTLA "News at Ten" anchorman whose clashes with news director David Goldberg earlier this year reportedly drove him to consider leaving the station, has instead reupped and…
Deborah Kaplan has been named director of development for Warner Bros. TV's Bright/Kauffman/Crane Prods., which produces NBC's "Friends" and the upcoming "Veronica's Closet."
With "Dateline" making itself at home on Mondays this summer, NBC has established a comfortable advantage in primetime Nielsens for June 16-22, the first post-basketball week of the rerun season.
Cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. will announce the latest set of cable system sales tomorrow, demonstrating how aggressively the company is moving to make manageable its far-flung collection of…
Friday is the deadline for the 8,500 active members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to return nomination ballots for the 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards competition to ATAS'…
TV personality Leeza Gibbons has filed an $8 million lawsuit against her former attorney for allegedly giving her advice that led to her being banned from doing infomercials.
Gentlemen, start your engines: The latenight horse race between Columbia TriStar's new syndie strip "Vibe" and Buena Vista Television's "Keenen Ivory Wayans" begins Aug. 4.
Brian Keith, the burly, gruff film and TV performer who gained his greatest fame in the 1960s sitcom classic "Family Affair," shot and killed himself Tuesday in the wake of a series of medical and…