Turner South, a regional spin-off channel targeted at the Southeast, will be launched this fall by TBS Superstation, announced Bill Burke, TBS Superstation president.
When Madonna opens a Grammy Awards telecast by transforming herself into a geisha girl bedecked in the fashion equivalent of an orange circus tent, and Jerry Seinfeld follows it up by looking…
The beginning of the end for "Home Improvement" helped the ABC laffer rally to its best Nielsen ratings of the season Tuesday on a night otherwise dominated by the conclusion of the Eye's Doris Duke…
An accountant's life, by any stretch of the imagination, is wrought with the mundane. No matter how many colorful figures enter the world of a numbers man, a numbers man he will remain. David Mamet…
Though Monte Carlo is not a French city, many of the honorees at 39th Monte Carlo Television Festival indeed came from right next door.
With a script by the talented John Mortimer ("Rumpole of the Bailey"), a superbly chosen cast and Charles Beeson's supple, sensitive direction, this 90-minute evocation of vanished pastoralism makes…
The cable scene is heating up fast in India, with Vatsa the latest to enter the fray by teaming with an undisclosed American partner.
There's a battle being waged in bathrooms and boardrooms across the country, between parents and toddlers, pediatricians and diaper manufacturers. Some so-called experts advocate early potty training…
Japan's top-rated animated show, "Pocket Monsters," took to the air Wednesday as All Nippon Airways (ANA) flew its first passenger jet to New York painted with characters from the cartoon series.
RTL Television's new gay magazine program, "Anders Trend," has conquered latenight auds.
NBC on Tuesday ordered 13 episodes of Carsey-Werner's first primetime animated series, "God, the Devil and Bob," which had been in development at Fox.
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