NBC opens the season's new-series entry "Sleepwalkers" as part of its thrill-chill alley, and the "scientific" poking around of the subconscious mind should prove a good draw.
ABC picked up five additional episodes of its "TGIF" sitcom "Teen Angel" and five more of the Tuesday sitcom "Hiller and Diller," both of which are produced by ABC's parent studio Disney.
Nickelodeon has shoehorned all of its film and TV production into one unit and promoted Albie Hecht to run it.
Paramount’s “Entertainment Tonight” and News Corp.’s TV Guide have joined forces to ferret out “the 20 sexiest stars on TV.” The list of comely thesps will be revealed Nov. 13-14 on “ET” and featured…
Whether it's a juve joke or a Halloween horrorama, latest Frankenstein grave robbery trots in Frankenstein's creature (now played by actor Peter Crombie as a tolerable, even commonplace chap), a…
Anthony Eaton has been set as executive producer for "The 19th Annual CableAce Awards" ceremony for the fifth consecutive year, overseeing the live ceremony Nov. 15 from the Wiltern Theatre that will…
David Shall has been promoted to senior VP of business and legal affairs for Fox's Twentieth TV.
CBS ordered the back-nine episodes of "Step by Step" at the show's 150th episode celebration.
Holland Media Group, the country's largest commercial television network, will launch a pay channel in Suriname, the former Dutch colony in South America.
The second-lowest-rated World Series in baseball history still managed to drive NBC home, with the Peacock's easiest weeklong primetime Nielsens victory since the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
Fox Broadcasting Co. is suffering from a major case of schizophrenia when it comes to its "attack"-genre specials.