Former "Designing Women" star Dixie Carter will headline a new CBS comedy pilot, to be produced under the actress's newly formed Little Lamb Prods. banner in association with Twentieth TV.
ABC, CBS and the Fox Children's Network will tout their fall Saturday-morning lineups to advertisers this week as upfront sales for that daypart kick into full swing.
The writers may have used the pitch "Mommie Dearest" meets Menendez Murders to get the greenlight on this plodding drama, which endeavors to delve into the motives for matricide. Overall, a story…
CBS' NCAA tournament continues to run behind last year's pace, according to preliminary Nielsen results for Saturday's "Final Four" coverage.
Two of last week's Oscar winners followed up on their success Thursday by winning Peabody Awards, the prestigious prizes for excellence in radio or TV.
Showtime rolls its "Royce" sluggishly out of the driveway, and the lack of a high-octane script keeps this action-thriller comedy from opening full throttle.
"Robocop: The Series" burst its way into the Nielsen national syndication rankings during the week ended March 20 with an arresting ratings performance.
New York-based Thirteen/WNET has received an $ 800,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to produce a national documentary series on the American theater.
Paramount, a studio always on the lookout for franchise opportunities, has found one, paying a mid-six against low-seven figure sum for James Patterson's novel "Kiss the Girls."
Producer Martin Ransohoff will make his first foray into longform television with a six-hour miniseries chronicling the life ofWinston Churchill that's in development at CBS. The project will be…
Cable TV operators who've grown weary of rate regulation have more reason to gripe today: the FCC late Wednesday unveiled more than 200 extra pages of rules designed to ensure that cablers meet the…