Adetailed Atlas might help to follow the first of 11 spex on tales from the Bible. With airborne cameras skimming endless dusty mountain ranges and far-flung deserts, production moves firmly forward…
Ted Turner says his company, along with a consortium of broadcasters, will compete with satcaster Star TV once new satellites have been launched in the Pacific region.
John Frankenheimer has triumphantly returned to the medium that catapulted his career 40 years ago with a simmering, seething retelling of the 1971 Attica rebellion.
Jaclyn Smith has agreed to star in a TV movie adaptation of Bill C. Davis’ play “Spine,” to be produced by Dick Clark Prods. Clark and Neil Stearns will exec produce the project, which doesn’t have a…
Claiming to be inspired by a true tale, "The Yarn Princess" is a heart-tugger giving Jean Smart and Robert Pastorelli an opportunity to flex some acting muscles their sitcom fans might not realize…
ESPN for the first time led all nominees for the 15th annual Sports Emmy Awards, which will be presentedApril 19.
Brandon Tartikoff has inked a deal with cable network E! Entertainment Television that gives the former Paramount Pictures and NBC Entertainment topper use of E!'s production facilities as a…
CBS Inc. has filed a trademark infringement suit against two brothers who plan to open a chain of restaurants named Television City.
The future of claymation may well rest in the coffers of the BBC, particularly Channel 4, which has funded animated shorts for a decade. One of the BBC's greatest benefactors is Aardman Animation and…
Jimmy the Idiot Boy has a future on the big screen, says John Kricfalusi, creator of Jimmy, Ren and Stimpy and mourner of the lost art of cartooning. Kricfalusi can't talk about his newest projects…