CBS' new cable network Eye on People, which faces a launch date of March 31 with no subscribers on board, claimed on Thursday that it has signed a "carriage agreement" with Time Warner Cable.
In only the second gimmick in its seven seasons of excellent dramas, multiple casts and singular story structure, the "Law & Order" team heads to Hollywood to investigate the death of a studio…
CBS has renewed dramas "Touched by an Angel," "Walker, Texas Ranger" and "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" for the 1997-98 season.
Time Warner's Turner Broadcast System, Brazil media leader Globo and a group of 10 companies and organizations announced the launching on July 31 of the country's first privately sponsored…
NBC is expanding its Saturday morning teen schedule to three hours this fall to satisfy the FCC's kidvid requirement.
The top off-net sitcoms and firstruns "Xena," "Rosie O'Donnell" and "Entertainment Tonight" are among the syndie shows that shined most brightly during the four weeks ending March 2, which overlap…
The Burbank City Council on Tuesday night approved NBC's 20-year, 1.6 million-square-foot master ex-pansion plan for its local studio facilities.
Five-time world diving champ Greg Louganis' story is the stuff of high drama, but Alan Hines' script doesn't catch the subtleties and motives that drove the true hero into gold. The vid bio, handled…
As if the institution of marriage needed any more battering, CBS offers a disjointed, chintzy movie that affirms matrimony in the backhanded way only television can. The romance generated is of the…
A vivid Debi Mazar cornerstones a new comedy entry about a go-getter working in a temp-for-hire outfit owned by Joanna Gleason, and the concept, if slowed down to 45 rpm to generate more guffaws…
Looking to cultivate a television following during the hours when a majority of Americans are still awake, Arsenio Hall leaps into his first starring sitcom role portraying what may be the most…