Susan Dey will leave the CBS comedy "Love & War" at the end of the season, with the parties citing "creative differences that could not be resolved" between Dey and the show's production company…
Review: ‘HBO Pictures: The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader-Murdering Mom’
Title doesn't tell it all, but it's a good reference point: Latest HBO Picture concerns not only that bizarre story of Texan Wanda Holloway and how she supposedly tried to hire a hitman to knock off…
The Corp. for Public Broadcasting yesterday shelled out $ 1 million to encourage Boston-based American Program Service as a new source of programming for public TV.
Warner Bros. has been ordered to pay $ 1.6 million to the family of James Dean and their agent, Curtis Management Group, related to a suit the studio had lost (Daily Variety, July 17, 1992) over the…
Britain's independent TV producers won a final victory yesterday over the ITV web in their battle for the control of program rights.
Viacom Enterprises has joined the first-run fray of syndicators seeking to help stations comply with the Children's TV Act with "Nick News," the weekly half-hour kids newsmagazine hosted by Linda…
In the race to bring interactive TV to consumers, yet another blue-chip team has formed to build an intelligent set-top box.
ABC confirmed late yesterday that "Dinosaurs" would be returning to the network in the fall. No time slot has yet to be set for the Disney TV comedy, which aired on Fridays at 9 p.m. for the majority…
Longbow Prods. is following up its recently aired CBS movie "Dying to Love You" with a half-dozen other projects in the works, beginning with another CBS vidpic that will begin production later this…
KCAL-TV has offered Warner Bros. some good news and bad news.
Aiming to defuse a boardroom row, production company SelecTV yesterday named a new chairman and reaffirmed its commitment to producing programs for the U.S. and British markets.