Asuperhero who stuns evildoers and leaves a mummified praying mantis insect as a calling card may sound like the latest Saturday morning cartoon tied in with an action figure. But "MANTIS"-- an…
For all its hype and headlines, the Great Talkshow Wars of '93 was actually a broad invasion on all fronts with relatively light casualties. The surging battle for time slots and ratings is not over…
Multilayered mystery successfully reteams crusty law partners Walter Matthau and Harry Morgan in their third "Incident"-- the telepic "Incident in a Small Town." After this bucolic murder yarn…
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America's Got Talent
America's Got Talent1Rating: 2.5 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 11.4 Network: NBC
Big Brother2Rating: 2.3 Share: 8 Viewers (Millions): 6.9 Network: CBS
Dancing With The Stars
Dancing With The Stars3Rating: 2.1 Share: 7 Viewers (Millions): 12.3 Network: ABC
"As president of the company my responsibilities are profit and loss. As everything affects that, I become involved." Robert Turner's company is Multimedia Entertainment, producers and syndicators of…
NBC's "In the Line of Duty" made-fors about law enforcement officers killed on the job have scored fairly well with viewers -- one reason why NBC has had so many of them. But that's not to say…
Vic Damone is the headliner at the Scopus Awards ceremony honoring Larry King. Damone joins Art Buchwald and Angie Dickinson on the celebrity roster. Barbara and Marvin Davis and Ted Turner are…
John Randle; writers, Dan Cross, David Hoge; camera, Gary Scott; editor, John Randle; art director, David Sackeroff; sound, Larry Stephens; music, Steve Tyrell.
More than any of the talkshows, the carefully formatted, head-to-head latenight network comedy, variety and interview hours are dependent on their writers. "We really try to load up these shows with…
The whole is less than the sum of its parts in "French Silk." The elements are there for some good, trashy escapism: the murder of a crusading televangelist, scandals, illicit and unwise romances…
The dramatic fall of Mario Conde, dismissed two weeks ago as president of the crisis-hit Spanish bank Banesto, has sent tremors of apprehension through the country's television industry.