CBS, SOME WILL TELL YOU, started its climb out of third place when the network finished a 10th of a point behind NBC in the May 1990 Nielsen ratings sweeps. Three years later, NBC is hoping another…
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…
International Creative Management has inked "Gremlins" director Joe Dante for representation in all fields, terminating his relationship with the Beverly Hills-based Gersh Agency, sources confirmed…
Newly decreed measures to cut costs may not be drastic enough for the vast German net ARD, which includes 14 regional stations.
Once again, "MTV Unplugged" proves to be the most watchable program on the network, giving musicians an opportunity to make music without distractions of Spandex or smoke.
"Prime Story," the new NBC prime time newsmagazine show, is going to get an overhaul, which is likely to delay its June 23 launch.
Josh Mankiewicz has been named a correspondent on Fox Broadcasting Co.'s planned prime time news magazine, having most recently been a political reporter at local Disney-owned station KCAL-TV.
"Fried Green Tomatoes" has rolled to the highest rating for any theatrical film televised on the networks in more than nine years, in the process squashing the competition and sliding NBC into the…
A federal judge has ordered ESPN to rehire a former secretary who was fired six years ago after refusing to accept a demotion when her boss's job was eliminated.
Michele Lee will stay tied up at CBS after her 14-year run in "Knots Landing" with a commitment to star in and produce a new series for the network.
U.S. moguls, long barred from Hungary's radio and TV airwaves by a 1989 ban on private broadcasting, may now have an opportunity to infiltrate the market of the Carpathian Basin, analysts say.