It's a "very special episode" as occupants of "Full House" are forced to deal with the sudden and unexpected death of a beloved grandfather, in town for a visit from Greece. Score a point for good…
Word of additional network pilot deals is starting to circulate, with high-profile projects including a sitcom from "Cheers" trio Charles-Burrows-Charles and an animated series based on "Life in…
Motion Picture Assn. of America president Jack Valenti broke his post-GATT public silence Wednesday, insisting he has put the trade talks behind him and now wants to think about the future.
Turkey's first pay-TV network, Cine 5, has inked a long-term exclusive output deal for theatrical films with Hollywood majors Columbia/TriStar, Walt Disney, Fox, MCA/Universal, MGM/UA and Paramount…
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CBS television won an emergency order from a Supreme Court justice Wednesday allowing it to use hidden-camera footage of a meat-packing plant in a report on tainted beef.
Brian Lowry, Daily Variety TV editor, was nominated for the 1994 Publicists Guild of America Press Awards honoring outstanding journalists who cover the entertainment industry.
Negotiations got under way this week on a new contract between NBC and members of the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees Technicians/Communications Workers of America.
After two weeks of unusually high ratings, most syndicated shows headed south in the week leading into the sweeps.
Buena Vista Television Wednesday became the first major syndicator to announce a firm production commitment for a new fall 1994 strip, the hour hybrid talk-court series "Judge and Jury."