NBC's "Law & Order" is laying down the Nielsen law on Wednesdays this fall, but with rookie skedmate "West Wing" losing one-fifth of its young-adult voters in its second try, the night's 18-49 race…
In choosing to adapt George Orwell's 1945 satire on Revolutionary and post-Revolutionary Russia, it's hard to imagine what audience the filmmakers had in mind. This aesthetically unappealing…
Dick Wolf and Studios USA Domestic TV are developing a syndie strip patterned after the tried-and-true "Law & Order" format.
Turner Broadcasting's TBS and TNT have locked up the exclusive first broadcast window to the New Line theatricals "Drop Dead Gorgeous" and "The Astronaut's Wife."
Lifetime's precedent-setting cablecast of ABC's "Once and Again," just three days after its network premiere, has generated mixed Nielsens.
With King World and NBC O&Os still playing hardball over "The Roseanne Show," week one of the national syndicated ratings season brought a scary 71% plunge in auds for the program in year-to-year…
King World's most recent addition to the gameshow genre, "Hollywood Squares," has been renewed through the 2003-2004 season by 22 stations, including the incumbent CBS O&Os.
Paul Reubens has signed to host Carsey-Werner's TV adaptation of the CD-ROM pop culture trivia game "You Don't Know Jack."
Comic Rachel Dratch is joining NBC's "Saturday Night Live" as a featured player.
Channel Four Intl. has pacted with Warner Bros. Television and Columbia TriStar Television to remake two Channel 4 series for the U.S. market.
After a disastrous second outing, NBC is expected to pull the plug on frosh laffer "The Mike O'Malley Show" within the next week.