Barbara Eden turns up as a divorced psychotherapist seeing things that aren't there, and if the rest of the teleplay by Julie Moskowitz and Gary Stephens only played as well as the first 20 minutes…
A woman arrested seven times for trespassing on David Letterman's property has made another visit.
The operator of a casting service has sued KCBS-TV and consumer reporter Judd McIlvaine over an allegedly false story that accused the service of operating illegally.
Showtime Networks Inc. is seeking a court declaration that it can offset more than $ 29 million from future payments due under an output agreement with Orion Pictures Corp. because Orion…
Raymond Burr returns in his other traditional role, wheelchair-bound detective chief Robert T. Ironside, retired consultant for the Frisco police (now into vineyards), to help Denver select a new…
Multimedia Entertainment Monday pulled the plug on the weekly magazine show "I File," which had been scheduled to premiere this fall.
Big city D.A. investigator Dan Fields (William Devane) moves his family to Utah in an effort to "get away from all the crazies." Instead, he winds up tracking a group of renegade Mormons led by…
The Spanish Council of Ministers passed approval on final details for bidding on the first three private direct broadcast satellite channels to go up on the Hispasat bird.
This HBO hour is a terrifically made video verite that attempts to go inside the operations and mind of the Alabama-based neo-Nazi "skinhead" group, the Aryan National Front, and its leader Bill…
MTM has pulled "Evening Shade" from syndication, but the company intends to bring the off-net sitcom back to the station market in a month or two with a drastically different marketing plan.
CBS Entertainment is developing a syndicated magazine show based on the Eye Web's hit series "48 Hours," according to industry sources.