"Agujetas, Flamenco Singer," from France's Ideal Audience, captured the grand prix at the 36th Golden Prague TV fest.
For a second-straight sweeps month, NBC has followed a big multiple-parter success with a flop. This time, it's "The Hunt for the Unicorn Killer," which limped Sunday to a little more than one-third…
Days after Televisa CEO Emilio Azcarraga Jean seemed y to have solved two years of ownership troubles by closing a debt-for-equity swap, shareholder infighting has broken out all over again.
CBS Prods. has inked a three-year deal with the Reader's Digest Assn. to produce and distribute telefilms and miniseries based on the magazine's articles.
Showtime's "Rocky Marciano" goes the distance. This look at one man's rise from rags to ring is an effective and skillfully made biopic that reveals some of the layers hidden beneath a lifetime of…
Robert Wise's obscurish 1950 melodrama, "Three Secrets," has been remade into a handsomely mounted but dramatically inert TV film about three very contemporary women who fear they may be the mother…
Once a huge yet sleepy presence in Latin America, giant Spanish pubcaster Radio Television Espanola (RTVE) has overhauled its strategy for the region, aiming to become one of the subcontinent's most…
Veteran CNN anchor Jim Moret is close to inking a new multiyear deal with the all-news cabler.
Kate Jackson has reunited with producer Aaron Spelling to star in an updated version of "Satan's School for Girls," a telefilm for ABC-TV.
NBC's dominant Thursday lineup continues to perform sluggishly in the May sweeps, keeping the competition's faint hopes alive that the Peacock web can still be beaten for the month.
A very conventional look at a horrific crime, ABC's "Our Guys" plays out like an Afterschool Special on a primetime budget. With a humdrum perf from Ally Sheedy and a dated theme -- hasn't TV already…