John Frankenheimer has triumphantly returned to the medium that catapulted his career 40 years ago with a simmering, seething retelling of the 1971 Attica rebellion.
Ted Turner says his company, along with a consortium of broadcasters, will compete with satcaster Star TV once new satellites have been launched in the Pacific region.
Claiming to be inspired by a true tale, "The Yarn Princess" is a heart-tugger giving Jean Smart and Robert Pastorelli an opportunity to flex some acting muscles their sitcom fans might not realize…
Jaclyn Smith has agreed to star in a TV movie adaptation of Bill C. Davis' play “Spine,” to be produced by Dick Clark Prods. Clark and Neil Stearns will exec produce the project, which doesn't have a…
ESPN for the first time led all nominees for the 15th annual Sports Emmy Awards, which will be presentedApril 19.
Brandon Tartikoff has inked a deal with cable network E! Entertainment Television that gives the former Paramount Pictures and NBC Entertainment topper use of E!'s production facilities as a…
The broadcasting industry is apparently tired of discussing TV violence, judging from low attendance at one of the National Assn. of Broadcasters convention's most publicized and anticipated events…
The animated art world has a wide open door for new artists and new ideas. Oklahoma or San Francisco, art school or commercial design, whatever an artists' origins are, the key to the studio comes by…
Former “Golden Girl” Rue McClanahan has been cast in the CBS pilot “Days Like This,” a comedy set around a women's magazine and starring Mo Gaffney and Lisa Amsterdam. The project is from Castle Rock…
The future of claymation may well rest in the coffers of the BBC, particularly Channel 4, which has funded animated shorts for a decade. One of the BBC's greatest benefactors is Aardman Animation and…