It looks like ABC's going to miss ''Dharma & Greg" on Wednesdays.
Delivering a nice message of tolerance in an obvious but engaging way, the Disney Channel's original movie "Johnny Tsunami" takes a 13-year-old champion surfer from the North Shore of Hawaii to the…
NBC’s “Meet the Press With Tim Russert” scored another Nielsen ratings win last week, giving the Peacock’s Sunday ayem show its 52nd consecutive weekly victory. Boosted by coverage of the crash of…
"Sopranos" don David Chase scored the TV producer's equivalent of a grand slam Thursday, earning Emmy nominations for writing and directing the pilot seg of HBO's Mafia family drama, which also…
Talent reps are crying foul over the new contracts NBC is fielding to potential new players on "Saturday Night Live."
Jim McKay has agreed to a multi-year contract extension with ABC Sports, the Alphabet arm's prexy Howard Katz announced on Thursday.
Fox Broadcasting has hired Robert Quicksilver as its new executive VP of distribution and affiliate
Channel Four Intl. toppers Bernard Macleod and Gub Neal are in L.A. this week to drum up deals for several of the British broadcaster's current series, including the high-profile gay-themed drama…
The changing summer audiences continued to play havoc on the syndication ratings races as one-time programming pillars "Xena," "Rosie O'Donnell" and "Home Improvement" felt the summertime blues with…
After receiving a contract extension in January through the 2001 season, the NBC-produced newsmag "Access Hollywood" will undergo an internal shakeup before the start of the '99 season, with program…
Fox Broadcasting's renewed effort to break from the traditional network pack came under fire Wednesday at the semiannual Television Critics Assn. press tour with Chris Thompson's already…
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