Fox's "The Family Guy'' is off to a good start in its enviable Sunday timeslot, hammocked between "The Simpsons'' and "The X-Files,'' though "Guy'' didn't quite measure up to the standards set during…
Syndie queen Whoopie Goldberg, TV's normally jovial center "Square," opened Monday afternoon's "Minorities in the Media" panel discussion with the cold, hard facts: "Black folks watch more TV than…
UPN's new Disney-produced kidvid program block will launch Sept. 6 under the umbrella title of "Disney's Whomptastic."
Pax TV has unveiled the first of its original shows for the fall, the primetime family drama "Hope Island," a co-prod with Canada's Lions Gate TV.
ESPN's new 24-hour-a-day cable networks, ESPN Now and ESPN Extra, will kick off in September as part of a deal with John Malone's HITS (Headend in the Sky) to create an eight-channel digital tier of…
HBO and Showtime walked away with two awards each at the fifth Vision Awards Friday night in Beverly Hills. The National Assn. of Minorities in Communications honored the best in cable television…
Despite what its deceptively titillating title may suggest, this is not your average woman in peril telepic. A tale of racial injustice, courtroom drama, and tribute to an unsung hero, this…
Turner Broadcasting's TBS and TNT have bought the first broadcast run of Warner Bros.' runaway hit "Matrix," agreeing to shell out a price that could soar well beyond $10 million, depending on…
NBC has renewed comedies "Will & Grace" and "Suddenly Susan" for next season.
Barry Levine, head of the Gotham bureau of "Extra," has been suspended, pending an investigation of the events that led a daredevil Norwegian parachutist to file a $2.2 million lawsuit last week…
The Eye is upon Texas: CBS is poised to buy its affiliate station in Dallas, Texas, from Gaylord Entertainment.
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