Affecting, skillfully crafted, fact-based drama about a mother who is falsely arrested and convicted of poisoning her infant features a solid script and good performances.
Some 63 cable systems from Santa Barbara to San Diego will broadcast the Southern California fundraiser "Cable AIDS Auction Block," a 12-hour broadcast of live and pre-taped segments, on April 4.
The ever-plotting, parent-manipulating Parker Lewis returns as late season filler in what has to be a difficult timeslot for Fox, but this topsy-turvy, sometimes surrealistic sitcom gets an "A" for…
John Ratzenberger joins the list of "Cheers" regulars spinning off into their own series for next season -- though in this case he'll belly up to the bar at Fox Broadcasting Co., not NBC.
Narrator: Corey Burton.
Glenn Close joins the list of presenters at the 65th annual Academy Awards show.
Live Entertainment Inc. is officially back in business, which is also good news for 49.9% owner Carolco. As expected, a U.S. bankruptcy judge greenlighted the company's prepackaged Chapter 11…
Basing his teleplay on the Bryan Burrough-John Helyar book about the mile-high rise and plunge of Nabisco CEO F. Ross Johnson, writer Larry Gelbart comes up with a sharp, ingenious teleplay dealing…
CBS has sought to comply with the Children's Television Act on behalf of its stations by acquiring "Beakman's World"-- an educational half-hour that's currently airing in firstrun syndication -- from…
Cops" uses no actors, no re-creations and no hosts -- only real officers in the line of duty -- in a fascinating, informative and entertaining look at the life of police.
The Clinton administration says broadcasters eyeing additional spectrum to carry such services as high definition TV should be forced to pay fees through a spectrum auction process, but a key…