Eagerly anticipated Tom Arnold sitcom comes across as a hybrid of the old Dick Van Dyke Show and "Buffalo Bill." And that's not bad at all. Show merits its plum spot in ABC's sked.
Repercussions from the passage of cable reregulation legislation, technological advances and the impact of a new administration in the White House will be key issues under discussion at the 25th…
ABC's "Good Morning America" won the morning news crown for the second consecutive week while CBS notched its 194th straight daytime win, according to Nielsen viewer results for the week ending Nov…
MGM TV has pacted with Claster TV to distribute a new animated version of "The Pink Panther," to be offered as a Monday-through-Friday strip for fall 1993.
WABC, Capital Cities/ABC's flagship station, has polished off another November sweeps session with a win, maintaining its dominance over the Gotham television marketplace, although showing some…
NBC's "A Town Torn Apart" aims for inspiration in troubled times and hits the target in intent, entertainment proficiency and performances. The trouble on the "message" aspect is that it's shooting a…
KABC-TV won the November sweeps in the L.A. market by the widest margin in recent memory, sweeping the early and late news contests for the first time in five years.
Looking for a lively, and long-winded, debate? Throw several writers--from TV and movies--into a room and ask them one simple question: How much power do writers have in Hollywood? Make sure there…
Graff Pay-Per-View Inc. signed a letter of intent to acquire an interest in HVC Ltd., a United Kingdom pay television programming firm.
A number of magazine strips continued to enjoy solid national ratings in Nielsen syndication standings for the week of Nov. 9, while the off-network strips "Designing Women" and "Roseanne" also…
WABC-TV, sparked by the network's primetime win, won sign-on to sign-off in the New York market for the November sweeps in Arbitron and, with a day to go, in Nielsen.