How much is Don Ohlmeyer looking forward to the World Series? "Four and out, either way; the faster it's over with, the better," says NBC's West Coast president, clearly not a fan of either the…
First-time helmer Goldie Hawn embodies a surprising maturity and assurance directing this tearjerker set amid the early '60s paranoia manufactured by the Cuban Missile Crisis and the growing…
The "NYPD Blue" David Caruso of four years ago may end up outstripping the popularity of the current incarnation of David Caruso as "Michael Hayes" on CBS.
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The World Series matchup of the Cleveland Indians and the Florida Marlins threatens to rank near the cellar of baseball championship ratings, if recent results are any guideline.
Pay TV network M-Net today willlaunch the first channel in Africa featuring nonstop music catering to the 16-to-24-year-old black market.
Warner Bros. TV has inked a two-year, seven-figure production and development deal with writer/producer Deborah Joy LeVine.
Thailand's economic crisis has forced pay TV networks Intl. Broadcasting Corp. (IBC) and UTV Cable Network to confirm plans to merge.
Acreditable mix of character study and thriller elements, Tim Hunter's "The Maker" skirts but manages to elude several current genre traps --- particularly those cliches surrounding both…
CBS has picked up the back nine episodes of its freshman comedies "George & Leo" and "The Gregory Hines Show," even though neither show has earned stellar ratings out of the box.
A rival bid for Lin Television Corp. threatens to spoil plans by Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst to acquire the coveted station group in a $1.7 billion deal.
Just in time for the World Series, Showtime gives us this trifle that will never be confused with the second coming of "Bang the Drum Slowly." The sap flows freely, and while Paul Sorvino turns in a…