Executive producer, Phil Ramone and Liza Minnelli. Choreographed by Susan Stroman. Directed for television by Louis J. Horvitz.
Citing the "confusion" that arose after the Los Angeles Archdiocese lifted its boycott of KCET earlier this week (Daily Variety, Dec. 2), Cardinal Roger Mahony yesterday reaffirmed an agreement…
Sixteen-year-old Mark (Nicholas Shields), anguishing over his stuntman father's death, attempts suicide twice, which his hairdresser mother Heather (Shannon Tweed, takes lightly.
A creaking plot still affords Katharine Hepburn a chance to show how genuine polish can put a shine on worn-out silver. It's an uphill struggle, even for Hepburn, and co-star Ryan O'Neal's shots at…
The cable industry is poised to become the main delivery system for "the next generation of communications services."
As the U.S. military prepares to mobilize troops to help famine-ravaged Somalia, this nation's broadcast networks are mobilizing their correspondents. Each of the Big Three has top talent on the way…
Twentieth TV yesterday became the first major syndicator to waive its claim to retransmission consent payments, which are rights fees that stations receive from cable systems to retransmit their…
Tom Arnold, fresh off his ratings triumph with ABC's "The Jackie Thomas Show" on Tuesday, will get a major promotional platform this weekend ... from NBC.
After TCI, the United States' biggest cable TV operator, shook up the cable world two days ago by embracing digital technology, other cablecasters are left scratching their heads over how to follow…
Laurel Entertainment Inc. has opted not to film its ABC miniseries "Stephen King's The Stand" in Colorado because of the state's recent passage of Amendment 2.
The Television Critics Assn. will devote an entire day Jan. 13 to syndicated mid-season programs from Paramount and Warner Bros. WB will devote the morning session to "Kung Fu: The Legend Continues"…