CBS has closed out its victorious 1993-94 primetime Nielsens regular season with a narrow victory over ABC in April 11-17 results.
Fox O&O KTTV has rejected a Spanish-language advertisement for the October Films release "Cronos." Guillermo del Toro's Spanish-language horror film opened March 30 on two screens in New York and is…
Tom Arnold wants to reconcile with estranged wife Roseanne Arnold, a spokesman said Tuesday.
If "The Thorn Birds" flies again on ABC, it will be without Richard Chamberlain. The actor, who starred in the 1983 miniseries, has bowed out of a planned six-hour sequel from the Wolper Organization…
Outsiders trying to make sense of the television industry frequently run into a brick wall, confused by the arcane machinations of the business.
Having disposed of the cable TV rate-regulation issue, FCC chairman Reed Hundt is gearing up for another controversial topic: the state of children's TV programming.
NBC has confirmed this will be the final year of "L.A. Law," with the drama winding up its eight-year run on the network May 19. The series will begin a four-episode story arc April 28 leading up to…
Spelling Entertainment Group Inc., led by its twentysomething hit skeins "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Melrose Place," posted a first-quarter profit, after a year-ago loss, on a 58% gain in revenue.
In a move that continues to underscore the wide-ranging impact of the fiber-optic highway, Columbia Pictures Television is currently using the digital technology to allow executives in Los Angeles to…
Hanna-Barbera and the Cartoon Network are co-sponsors of a benefit, including a silent auction, for the new org Women in Animation from 7-9 p.m. April 22 at Name That Toon gallery in West Hollywood.