Paramount signed five more stations to its fifth-network effort, bringing the number of primary affiliates to 31, with a reach of 44.23%, according to the Nielsen Station Index.
Fox Broadcasting Co. closed out the February sweeps on a high note, "Tom" got off to an OK start and ABC's final installment of "Heaven and Hell" went down in flames, according to Nielsen results for…
KABC-TV won the coveted Los Angeles early evening and late news ratings crown in an abbreviated Nielsen February sweeps book that excludes the two weeks of the Winter Olympics. However, the O&O…
WCBS-TV had as good a February as Dan Jansen, Bonnie Blair and Nancy Kerrigan, skating to an easy sweeps victory in just about every category on the back of the Winter Olympics.
Surprisingly witty sitcom based on a so-so feature offers offbeat characters with dimension and lunacy, a beaut of a brainy Galatea and light action that could fall on its face before its protracted…
Steven Bochco was named Thursday as the winner of the Writers Guild of America 1994 Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for outstanding contributions in TV writing.
"The Who's Tommy," the Broadway production: presented by Pace Theatrical Group and Dodger Prods. with Kardana Prods. Inc.; music & lyrics, Pete Townshend; book, Townsend, Des McAnuff; additional…
Thirteen classic television shows were inducted into the Producers Guild of America Hall of Fame during Wednesday night's presentation of the Guild's fifth annual Golden Laurel Awards.
Good nature fills the air -- at times a little suffocatingly -- in "The Road Home," as John Tinker and Bruce Paltrow, who created and wrote the pilot for the new series, hand over agreeable people…
Former "In Living Color" producer Tamara Rawitt has been named exec producer of the new ABC daytime series "Mike & Maty," which is scheduled to replace the "Home" show starting April 11.