NBC's "Moment of Truth" TV movie franchise, which has scored lofty numbers among women viewers, continues apace in its fourth installment since last year. "To Walk Again" is a serviceable yarn about…
"Good Morning America" moved back ahead in the morning race for the Feb. 7-11 Nielsen week, while "Late Show With David Letterman" continued its torrid latenight pace.
Paramount and Chris-Craft have added WTOG-TV in the nation's 15th-largest market of Tampa, Fla., to their roster of fifth network affiliates.
CBS has acquired rights to a "Wyatt Earp" featurization -- culled from the original TV series -- that the network plans to air this summer, timed to the June release of Warner Bros.' "Wyatt Earp"…
What's come to be known as the "lesbian kiss" episode of "Roseanne" has been scheduled to air March 1 -- the last Tuesday of the February sweeps -- but it will carry a parental advisory.
A screenwriter’s claim that his script about a boy who invents a people-shrinking formula was pirated for the movie “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” was rejected Thursday by a federal appeals court. The…
Wink Martindale is going interactive. The veteran gameshow host has signed on with the Family Channel cable network as host of "Shuffle: The Interactive Game" and "Boggle: The Interactive Game,"…
The Consumer Federation of America is urging the FCC to roll back cable TV rates an extra 20% and crack down on cablers who evaded rate regulation by retiering service and emphasizing a la carte…
Trials for the U.K.'s first video-on-demand service are to start next month. British Telecom, the telecommunications giant, confirmed Wednesday that the experiment, involving up to 100 homes, will…
NBC confirmed its intent to renew the acclaimed drama "Homicide: Life on the Street" for next season (Daily Variety, Feb. 14), assuming it can complete negotiations with companies holding rights to…