Rysher Entertainment has inked a $60 million-plus deal with USA Network for the rerun rights to the CBS actioner "Nash Bridges" beginning in fall 2000.
Looking like potential hits a week ago, ABC's promising pair of Wednesday rookies, "Norm" and "It's Like, You Know...," have turned in fairly ordinary Nielsens with their second airings. Meanwhile…
Kids' WB! today will announce plans to add a second daily run of the Japanese import "Pokemon" to the web's ayem lineup starting next fall.
Moonstone Entertainment, the company behind Robert Altman's "Cookie's Fortune" and Alan Rudolph's "Afterglow," is moving into the television biz.
USA Networks has signed a series development deal with Michael Lansbury, whose experience encompasses everything from "The Simpsons" and "Married ... With Children" to "Dream On" and "The Pretender."
Time Warner Cable is getting out of France. Time Warner has sold its Gallic cable operations to Dutch group United Pan Europe Communications (UPC) for $71 million.
Zee TV is reported to be in discussions with French paybox Canal Plus for a joint venture to launch a 100-channel direct-to-home platform later this year.
ABC has halted talks with its affiliate board on a wide-reaching plan to defray the web's "Monday Night Football" tab and restructure key elements of the overall net-affil relationship.
In a star-studded gala at the Palace of Culture and Science, E! Entertainment last week launched its Polish-style showbiz channel.
Rupert Murdoch's Star TV has scored a news coup. For two months the Indian police have failed to ferret out Dara Singh, a fugitive accused in the slayings of Australian missionary Graham Stuart…
Paul Allen's Clear Blue Sky Prods. has planned its television debut with PBS' WGBH, which will co-produce an eight-hour series on evolution slated for broadcast in 2001.