Too rich, huh? Well, maybe. But to watch this unsparingly long and winding two-night biopic about the tumultuous life of heiress Doris Duke is to realize that Miss Duke was evidently "too" a lot of…
Less than a minute into "Free of Eden," it's already clear that the audience will be required to strap on its collective seat belt and prepare for a trip to Lessonland with that ultimate authority on…
Will Smith, Jim Carrey, Meg Ryan, Michael Jordan and pop group 'N Sync are among the nominees announced Wednesday for Nickelodeon's annual Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards.
Steven Bochco, creator of "Hill Street Blues," "L.A. Law," "Murder One" and "NYPD Blue," will be presented with the Directors Guild of America's Diversity Award at the union's March 6 awards show.
Turner Broadcasting has landed the first broadcast window to its sister company New Line's "Blast From the Past," which premiered in theaters last weekend to a respectable $9.16 million.
Former NBC stations topper John Rohrbeck has emerged as a dark horse candidate to replace Carole Black as VP and GM of KNBC, the Peacock-owned station in Los Angeles he ran during the late 1980s…
Cable network programming chiefs told an audience at the HRTS luncheon Wednesday that it won't be long before cable is no longer considered the ugly stepchild to the broadcast networks.
After conducting an extensive search to find its new president, Comedy Central apparently has decided to stay close to home by promoting Larry Divney, 55, the network's longtime executive VP of ad…
"To Serve and Protect" has fired blanks for NBC, but the net's regular Thursday lineup and "The '60s, Part 2" kept the Peacock solidly first in the Feb. 8-14 primetime Nielsens week and in the…
ABC is benching its Tuesday comedy "Sports Night" for the last week of sweeps, and NBC has collapsed its Monday comedy schedule for all of March.
Veteran pay TV exec David Evans has been tapped as president and CEO of the Hallmark Entertainment Network, effective March 1.