It wouldn't be Christmas without the umpteenth spin on Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" popping up on television. Lifetime's handsome "If You Believe" boasts a new-agey, femme-friendly message…
Russia's commercial animators are releasing an unexpectedly rich choice of seasonal fare for the children's market in the run-up to the Christmas and New Year holidays.
MTV has begun production on its first two telefilms, which will air on the music cabler in 2000. "2Gether," a mockumentary about a boy band, is set to premiere in February; "Jailbait," a drama about…
Comic book franchise "The Tick" is getting another chance at Fox Broadcasting, this time through a live-action primetime skein being developed for the web by producers Barry Sonnenfeld and Barry…
Court TV has given the go-ahead to one of the most ambitious projects in its history, "Mug Shots," a nightly hourlong biographical docu on a notorious criminal.
Last month's trade deal between the World Trade Organization and China has put the spotlight on China's nearly 1 billion -- and growing -- TV viewers.
Fox has canceled "Action," the critically acclaimed but low-rated series whose edgy content had been lambasted by some, applauded by others.
ABC has won the development rights to an Artists Television Group-produced half-hour laffer to star budding African-American comic Aisha Tyler.
Roma Downey and Rudolph have guided CBS to a second-place finish in the November sweeps total viewers and households races, dropping NBC to third, by either measure, for the first time in a sweeps…
After nailing its all-time high of 3.2 in the latest Nielsen ratings, Fox O&Os have decided to renew their vows with gaveler "Divorce Court" for fall 2000.
Actioners and other weeklies duked it out to the end during the third week of sweeps, resulting in a new king of the ring, according to the Nielsen report for the week of Nov. 15-21.