Former "Friends" executive story editors Jeffrey Astrof and Michael Sikowitz have returned to the Warner Bros. TV fold under a four-year overall production and development deal worth $10 million.
Travolta ponders next pix Aiming to act in three films — and earn at least $60 million — in 1999, John Travolta is circling a number of upcoming projects. For spring, Travolta and his…
NBC has pulled ahead of the adults 18-49 pack in Dec. 7-13 primetime Nielsen results, but the Peacock couldn't outrun CBS in households and finished the week in a tie with the Eye. In adults 18-49…
Munich-based Tele Munchen has inked deals with Hollywood majors Warner Bros., Disney, Universal and Paramount.
Alternative medicine guru Andrew Weil, M.D., will host a weekly half-hour primetime series called "Integrative Medicine: Body, Mind & Spirit" on cable's America's Health Network, beginning in…
Jane Seymour, Bruce Davison and A Martinez are starring in "Ties That Bind," a CBS telefilm that has begun production in L.A.
NBC's latest high-brow Sunday telefilm, "The Tempest," failed to achieve much Nielsen velocity, but the Peacock is nevertheless emerging from another dreary Sunday with a weeklong victory in adults…
Nine-time Emmy winner Jon Alpert returns to the urban jungle of Newark, N.J., to follow a pair of petty criminals, each fresh out of prison and hungry for heroin, cocaine and companionship, as they…
Home Box Office has its sights trained on its first original musical, "Trigger Happy," a comedic look at gun control.
UPN is looking to catch viewers "RedHanded." The weblet, in need of midseason replacement series to prop up its faltering primetime sked, has ordered six episodes of the hidden camera vehicle…
In a move apparently without precedent in the U.S., Hispanic broadcaster Telemundo will subtitle three of its shows in English.