The WB may have another hit on its hands with "Charmed," and UPN has rebounded from two tough nights of premieres with a solid debut from "Seven Days."
TNT and Once Upon a Time Films hooked up in Almeria and Madrid for production on "Dollar For the Dead," with the result being a moderately entertaining, albeit dated, effort at reviving a highly…
The greatness of Dostoevsky's "Crime and Punishment" is in its political and societal philosophizing. Dostoevsky examines, among other questions, the social strata and what price should be paid to…
Channel 4 will launch its pay movie channel FilmFour on Nov. 1, when it also will simulcast the entire first-night schedule on its terrestrial web.
National Geographic Television said it will create a specialized group to develop programming for the National Geographic Channels Worldwide.
Rebecca DeMornay, Keith Carradine and Ellen Burstyn are set to star in the Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation "Night Ride Home" for CBS. Shooting began Wednesday in Portland, Ore.
Billy Crystal and Robin Williams will be reunited with Comic Relief partner Whoopi Goldberg for a November sweeps stunt on the latter's King World frosh strip "Hollywood Squares."
Three series have premiered strongly in TV syndication: Rysher Entertainment's five-a-week court show "Judge Mills Lane," the weekly MGM action hour "Stargate SG-1" and reruns of Warner Bros…
ABC is close to making a 13-episode commitment to Miramax's first primetime TV series, a new drama called "Wasteland" from "Dawson's Creek" creator and "Scream" screenwriter Kevin Williamson.
UPN has been dealt another significant setback with mediocre premieres for its new Tuesday lineup, while WB's "Felicity" has cooled noticeably in its second try.
Fox Broadcasting Co.'s Sunday comedy "That '70s Show" has become the first new series of the season to receive a back-nine order, rounding out a full season of episodes.