Studios USA has decided not to produce the Harry Hamlin comedy "Movie Stars," which the WB netlet has ordered for midseason, the studio confirmed Thursday.
Ponch and Jon are pulling the choppers and mirrored sunglasses out of storage -- "CHiPs" is ready to roll again, with a reunion telefilm set for an October bow on cabler TNT.
Touchstone TV has signed an exclusive overall deal with former Fox comedy vice president Lauren Corrao.
CBS is going forward with plans to launch a second edition of "60 Minutes" for midseason. While details have yet to be worked out, CBS president and CEO Leslie Moonves and CBS News president Andrew…
Twentieth Century Fox TV has signed a development deal with actress Christine Taylor ("The Wedding Singer," "The Brady Bunch Movie").
Bill Frank, a veteran Chris-Craft/United Television exec who played a key role in the growth of the TV station group over the past two decades, is leaving the company at the end of the year.
WCBS is putting veteran weatherman Ira Joe Fisher on the dawn patrol and tapping fresh-faced forecaster Mark Dannon as its new lead meteorologist.
Fox Broadcasting Co.'s summer newsmag series is headed off the beaten path with a staff list highlighted by several unconventional contributors.
Does anybody really care very much that the fine art of tattooing human skin was effectively restricted to male "tattooists" until roughly 20 years ago? That's the entire premise of "Tattoos: Women…
Scott Bakula has been tapped to star in ABC-TV's four-hour miniseries "Tom Clancy's NetForce," in which he will play Alex Michaels, a deputy commander of NetForce, a new division of the FBI which…
"The Magic Hour" pulled a lackluster 1.8 national Nielsen household rating average in its first week on the air, according to Nielsen's latest syndie ratings report for the week ended June 14.