"People's Court," the granddaddy of court shows and the series that changed the face of firstrun syndication when it was introduced 12 years ago, will cease production at the end of this season.
Claudia Weill helms a moving, rage-provoking vidpic based on the true story of Jerry Sherwood. Beverly D'Angelo is in top form as Sherwood in a script by Stephanie Liss and Judith Parker, who have…
CBS has yet to answer the "what to do about Saturday" question, programming a special and movie in place of its sophomore half-hour series "Brooklyn Bridge," which was yanked after Saturday's…
Only slightly less stiff than the upper lip of its subject, "Elizabeth R" presents a royally controlled portrait of one of the Earth's more charming irrelevancies.
Rysher Entertainment will make its initial foray into firstrun strip programming with "Wavelength," a daily half-hour "traveling talk/variety series" earmarked to debut in fall 1993 and targeted for…
Host: Alistair Cooke.
NBC has confirmed its acquisition of Paramount's new daytime talkshow teaming "Entertainment Tonight's" John Tesh and Leeza Gibbons, as reported (Daily Variety, Nov. 3), to premiere next June.
Documentary, narrated by John Forsythe, opens with actress Shelley Fabares describing her anguish over the diagnosis of her mother, Elsa Fabares, with Alzheimer's and her own struggle to come to…
Heading off a threatened boycott, E! Entertainment Television has struck an agreement with the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization of Women to develop programming addressing women's…
Nostalgia Television will take the highly unusual step of turning over 10 to 15 hours of its prime time schedule to a fledgling cable network as a first step toward a possible spinoff as a…
"Spread Eagle," a four-hour miniseries based on a story by Ken Follett, was unveiled yesterday as the first original drama production to be commissioned by British Sky Broadcasting, the satellite TV…