Independent producer Michael R. Barnard has won the film and TV rights to the 1990 best-seller "A Venom in the Blood," the story of the nations' first husband-and-wife serial killers.
Formulaic drama based on the true story of Richard Farley (Richard Thomas), who stalked co-worker Laura Black (Brooke Shields), combines woman-in-jeopardy and mass-killer genres into a predictable…
Century 21, an American-backed investment group, has been awarded control of the Czech Republic's first independent nationwide television channel.
Fox Broadcasting Co. senior VP of affiliates Preston Padden and Fox TV Stations VP of corporate and legal affairs Molly Pauker have taken on additional responsibilities at News Corp., the parent…
J. Edgar Hoover's secret file contains a bit more of interest for TV viewers than Al Capone's infamous secret vault yielded, but not much.
Lou Gattozzi, operations director at WJW-TV, Cleveland, will serve as chairman and chief executive officer of NATPE Intl. for the 1993-94 term.
Arts & Entertainment's "Stage" debuts its series of Broadway shows, "Clairol on Broadway," with the 1988 musical, "Romance/Romance," a mildly entertaining pair of related one-acts. The first story…
Approximately 500 out of a possible 3,000 employees at the ABC Television Network have opted to take the company's voluntary buyout offering, completing the first step of a companywide downsizing.
The emotional power of the issue of child neglect makes up for lackluster performances and predictable retelling of the story of "Gregory K," based on the 12-year-old who sued to terminate his…
From the folks who brought you "Danielle Steel's 'Daddy' " comes "Danielle Steel's 'Heartbeat' "-- no award-winner but a surefire ratings bet with Monday female demos. John Ritter and Polly Draper in…
NBC has confirmed a renewal of "Wings" for the 1993-94 season--providing an endorsement and boost for the Paramount Network TV comedy after the web bumped the show from its coveted post-"Cheers" time…