Veteran network stage manager James E. (Jimmy) Wall will receive the Franklin J. Schaffner Award for lifetime achievement by a stage manager Saturday at the Directors Guild of America's banquet in…
Imaginatively and wryly scripted by Jonathan Glassner, this second consecutive sci-fi adventure syndicated by the Prime Time Entertainment Network consortium (following the recently launched "Babylon…
Former "Dallas" star Linda Gray will star in the new Spelling TV serial for Fox Broadcasting Co., "Models Inc.," according to sources.
What's so special about ABC's "Home Improvement,""Grace Under Fire,""20/20, ""PrimeTime Live,""Day One" and NBC's "Now"?
Chuck Lorre has signed an exclusive overall deal with Carsey-Werner Co. to create and develop new TV series.
An advertising exec and a former political exile will share the chairmanship of South Africa's newly created Independent Broadcasting Authority, a selection panel announced last week.
Part of the 10-series deal Steven Bochco has with ABC, the new Hawaii-based family drama with Timothy Busfield as widowed dad Sam Byrd springs open with good characters and good direction by Bradley…
Columbia TriStar Television Distribution will likely see New York TV stations bid from $ 175,000 to $ 225,000 per episode for reruns of the NBC hit "Seinfeld."
Paramount has added two more affiliates in San Diego and Louisville, Ky., to its fifth-network lineup, bringing its total to 33 stations covering 45% of the country.
In the Special Report on PBS' 25th anniversary in the March 14-20 edition of Variety, the director of the 1987 documentary "Eyes on the Prize" was misidentified.
Shot entirely in Romania and starring Ann-Margret as a real-life Detroit housewife hellbent on adopting an orphan child in ravaged, post-Ceausescu Bucharest, pic represents one of USA's rare steps…