Suzanne Malveaux has been named NBC News network correspondent. She will be based in D.C. and will begin her assignment in mid-June.
Network sellers seemed pleased with their take in the annual upfront ad derby, with total sales in primetime estimated at about $6.2 billion, about 8.8% ahead of last year's $5.7 billion.
The first time Ray Walston was nominated for "Picket Fences," he spent most of the evening in the men's room of the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
In an unprecedented theatrical-movie deal with Warner Bros., CBS and Time Warner's cable networks, TBS and TNT, have agreed to share 15 titles within a first broadcast window of four years.
The standard sitcom often presents a certain disparity between fact and truth. The sitcom is frequently identified as a star vehicle: an established star might play a character not unlike his or her…
Walt Disney Co.'s imprint is being felt no more strongly than on Saturday morning, where Disney is supplying six of ABC's eight programs.
Valerie Harper, currently polishing her one-woman show on author Pearl S. Buck, has won four Emmys (three as supporting actress in a comedy and one for leading actress in a comedy) for the same…
Shirley Knight, a 1997 Tony nominee for "The Young Man From Atlanta," won two Emmys last year. The first came the Saturday night before the telecast for her guest appearance on "NYPD Blue."
It looks doubtful that we'll ever see Tom Cruise starring in his own TV miniseries, or Arnold Schwarzenegger playing a doctor in a Robin Cook-derived made-for.
Jack Klugman, nominated four times for "Quincy, M.E." and the winner of two Emmys for "The Odd Couple," is proudest of his first statuette for "The Black List," an episode of "The Defenders."
Playing private eye Jim Rockford won actor James Garner one Emmy plus a fistful of nominations. But, more importantly, "The Rockford Files," which ran on NBC from 1974 to 1980, forever changed the…