Dean Cain's character, Rick, broke up one of the key romances on "Beverly Hills 90210." And he's put in other stints as a guest star on "Life Goes On" and "A Different World."
Viewers mourning the loss of "Cheers" from NBC's Thursday night schedule, can take heart that at least one of the beloved characters from the bar where everybody knows your name is coming back this…
NBC has become manager of health and medical programming provider American Medical Television, which also has through a separate deal become a major shareholder in Pyramed Networks Inc., the…
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America's Got Talent
America's Got Talent1Rating: 1.9 Share: 6 Viewers (Millions): 9.4 Network: NBC
Mi Corazon Es Tuyo
Mi Corazon Es Tuyo2Rating: 1.3 Share: 5 Viewers (Millions): 3.2 Network: Uni
Hasta El Fin Del Mundo
Hasta El Fin Del Mundo2Rating: 1.3 Share: 4 Viewers (Millions): 3.4 Network: Uni
At 13 years of age Ben Savage is already a seasoned TV veteran. The star of ABC's "Boy Meets World" got his start in commercials when he was only 5.
The Japanese love baseball, but the People's Republic of China has never been known to go in big for foreign sports -- or foreign culture in general. But that could change now that Chinese pubcaster…
Awards shows galore, biographies, retrospectives, animation and science-fiction, and memories of the assassination 30 years ago of President John F. Kennedy highlight network miniseries and specials…
Brett Butler has been plying her trade as a stand-up in honky tonks and comedy clubs for a dozen years in relative obscurity. In a few weeks, she's likely to lose her anonymity.
As more and more channels crowd the cable spectrum, the question for each of them is how to stand out from the pack. And the answer most networks have come up with is original programming.
Teri Hatcher thinks she's landed a role that could catapult her into stardom, or at least bring her into consideration as a serious actress. As Lois Lane in "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of…
"Phenom"-- James L. Brooks' second sitcom under his multiseries deal with the network gets one of TV's best times, between "Full House" and "Roseanne."