The curtain closed on CBS' two-part miniseries "Sinatra" with a 17.2 rating, 27 share, winning Tuesday night for the web in households to finish with a strong 17.5/26 average for its five hours.
FOR THOSE CRITICS WHO LAMENTED the abandonment of older viewers at the start of the 1992-93 television season, guess what? The older viewers are being recognized after all. Despite all the talk…
Former "Night Court" co-star Charlie Robinson has joined the cast of CBS' new comedy "Love and War," filling a gap left by the sudden death of John Hancock.
Political spending for 1992 is estimated to have reached $ 310 million, according to statistics from the Television Bureau of Advertising. That's 35% above the $ 230 million the TVB originally…
VH-1 and Chicago pubcaster WTTW have teamed to create "Center Stage," a live-to-tape performance series that will air on both and include appearances by such acts as Keith Richards, Michael Bolton…
At least two new firstrun shows aimed at teens and young adults will be vying for early fringe slots next fall. Ricki Lake has entered the fray,with Columbia Pictures Television Distribution…
Louis Gossett Jr. and Maria Conchita Alonso have been signed to co-host the 20th annual International Emmy Awards on Nov. 23. Corbin Bernsen, Stacy Keach, Donna Mills and Anthony Quinn will serve as…
For the first time in years, ITV is in the market to buy American sitcoms, the new network director Marcus Plantin revealed yesterday.
Longtime KNBC-TV political editor Linda Douglass will leave the station when her contract expires Nov. 23 to relocate to Washington, D.C., where her husband is moving his law practice.
Looking back on WWII and what black soldiers had to suffer on the home front before shoving off for combat duty in France and Germany, the searing "Liberators" spares little of the pain they endured…
The first Geraldo Rivera spec following the demise of last season's strip "Now It Can Be Told" will premiere in January.