FCC chairman Reed Hundt is meeting resistance from the major webs in his efforts to get them to complete a forced march to digital TV in the nation's top 10 markets.
When the Cradle Falls (Tues. (14), 9-11 p.m., CBS) Filmed in San Diego by Freyda Rothstein Prods. in association with Hearst Entertainment. Executive producer, Freyda Rothstein; co-executive…
The Practice (Tues. (4), 10-11 p.m., ABC) Filmed in Los Angeles by David E. Kelley Prods. in association with 20th Century Fox Television. Executive producer, David E. Kelley; producers, Robert…
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Just Shoot Me (Tues. (4), 9:30-10 p.m., NBC) Filmed at Universal Studios by Brillstein-Grey Communications, Steven Levitan Prods. and Columbia TV. Executive producer-creator-writer, Steven Levitan…
Former Los Angeles Lakers superstar Earvin (Magic) Johnson has agreed to develop, produce and host a new syndicated latenight talk-variety strip for Twentieth TV, which may be on the air by next year.
It's midseason replacement time at the networks as ABC premiered "Vital Signs" on Thursday night and NBC launched "Crisis Center" Friday night, with both placing third in their timeslots.
Atlas Intl. is handling world sales for "A Girl Called Rosemarie." Distrib was misidentified in a photo caption that ran Friday in the screening list of the AFM Market Guide.
Everyone gathered at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel Feb. 25 to say "I love you" to Goldie Hawn, who became the first actress honored by the American Museum of the Moving Image at its annual gala salute.
It's trivial, to be sure, but it's not nothing. A New York judge ruled last week that a trivia book on "Seinfeld," the Peacock sitcom "about absolutely nothing," infringed on the show's copyright.
With cameos by retired TV spy series reps, "Spy Game" establishes a Crayola-bright series opening with reminders of "The Avengers," "Mission: Impossible" and "I Spy," but comparisons screech to a…
Reports that Time Warner's vice chairman, Ted Turner, is gung ho to merge Court TV with the struggling CNNfn have driven a wedge between Time Warner and NBC.