Compassion in Exile" is a touching and reverential biography of the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, who was forced into exile after the Chinese invaded his country.
Culture Clash, the edgy, decade-old Hispanic comedy sketch group that had its last series project scuttled by Fox Broadcasting Co. late in the development process, is about to experience a TV rebirth…
PBS and National Public Radio will team to broadcast Senate confirmation hearings on Supreme Court nominee Ruth Bader Ginsburg, beginning July 20. PBS will air gavel-to-gavel coverage from 10 a.m. to…
S. Epatha Merkerson and Jill Hennessy have joined the NBC drama "Law & Order, " replacing characters played by Dann Florek and Richard Brooks, respectively, in the Wolf Films-Universal TV cops and…
Paramount Pictures Corp. has sued actor John Rhys-Davies for allegedly refusing to show up in time for production of the syndicated firstrun series "The Untouchables."
Former CBS exec Robert Wussler is leading a management group partnered with Bill Cosby in his bid to acquire NBC, according to a magazine article that follows a flurry of coverage on the matter…
In an unusual move, Genesis Entertainment has decided to package its summer youth-oriented series "Paradise Beach" as 13 two-hour telepix in addition to the five-day-a-week half-hour strip.
Disney's Mighty Ducks of Anaheim hockey franchise has inked a deal with Prime Ticket Network to televise 165 games over a five-year period, including home, away and playoff games. The Ducks announced…
Yorkshire TV has begun production on "Discovery Loch Ness," a documentary that will air on the Discovery Channel both in Europe and the U.S. The project marks the first European effort for the…
The Producers Guild of America has elected six new directors, evenly split between the film and TV industry.
To paraphrase that famous Wendy's campaign, come fall, network TV viewers and those monitoring the industry may find themselves asking, "Where's the violence?"