Not since the MTV premiere of "Beavis & Butt-head" in the spring of 1993 has an animated series stirred as much comment as Comedy Central's "South Park," which features a group of foul-mouthed…
French television network TF1 has acquired one of the last sizable film catalogs still available by purchasing Les Films Ariane's 300-pic library.
Garry Shandling has been confirmed as a presenter for the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards being telecast Sept. 14 on CBS from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
Cable & Wireless Communications, the U.K.'s largest cable operator, is believed to be in advanced negotiations with British Sky Broadcasting on a deal that would see the satcaster supply the cabler…
Almost twoand a half years after debuting a strategy to lure young viewers with new, low-budget kid pics each month, pay cable service Showtime is placing a higher emphasis on children's programming…
Director Linda Yellen and writers John Hoffman and Kevin Kane have turned Hoffman's one-man play into a whimsical exploration of a self-contained woman, a vulnerable divorced man and a wise, winning…
A classic fairy tale receives appropriately grim treatment in "Snow White: A Tale of Terror," but atmospherics ultimately overwhelm story and character in this handsome telepic. Sigourney Weaver's…
After years of broadcasting bigamy, burglary and bitches through inexpensive talkshows, networks have suddenly switched course in the battle for daytime supremacy and are now offering ... well…
For the syndication world, fall 1997 is shaping up to be the calm before a storm.
Daytime talkshows headed south in the week ending Aug. 17, when most chatfests were in reruns, according to Nielsen's latest syndie ratings report.
As Parliament-Funkadelic maestro George Clinton would say, "It's time to put a glide in your stride and a dip in yo' hip" --- "The Keenen Ivory Wayans Show" and Quincy Jones' "Vibe" are in the house.