Rounding up the usual suspects for another episode of "The X-Files" means that --- more often than not --- the most UNusual usual suspects will come out of the dark.
CBS has ordered the midseason drama "Homestead" from Columbia TriStar TV and CBS Prods.
We've been told it's out there somewhere. We've waited 100 episodes for it.
One day after complaining to Congress about cable programmers' attempts to hoard sports programming, EchoStar CEO Charlie Ergen filed papers at the Federal Communications Commission alleging that…
Five new members were inducted into the television Hall of Fame in a ceremony in North Hollywood on Saturday night.
A 24-hour grievance strike by a technical union left ABC unable to cover a major golf tournament Saturday, the first preemption based on a work stoppage in the network's history.
Confirming an earlier report (Daily Variety, June 12), Scripps Howard Prods. and Corymore Prods. announced Thursday that Angela Lansbury will star in the CBS vidpic "Mrs. Pollifax."
A high-tech, low-key investigation like some of those undertaken by Scully and Mulder on "The X-Files" changed the Vancouver-to-Los Angeles pipeline of the show's post-production system two years…
CBS Sports has formed a new unit to tap expanding advertiser interest in program tie-ins. CBS Sports Properties will be headed by Keith Ritter, newly hired as senior VP of marketing for the Eye web's…
UPN is contemplating dividing its entertainment division into current programming and development teams for the first time, and the netlet is making a slew of personnel changes.
A risky, unknown choice when hired to play cerebral, skeptical Special Agent Dana Scully, Gillian Anderson is becoming a ubiquitous pop-culture presence, cresting with her Emmy Award win as drama…