CBS Entertainment has entered major co-production partnerships with two of Europe's biggest private broadcasters, TF1 of France and Italy's Silvio Berlusconi Communications. The deals cover the…
Letters to the Earth" is a half-hour special that gives selected children from around the world a chance to voice their concerns, express their anger and draw attention to the planet and its…
NBC Prods. may soon join forces with Columbia Pictures TV on the Peacock Web's upcoming Bill Cosby franchise, giving the studio certain distribution rights to secure the services of producers William…
Fine performances by Louis Gossett Jr. and Blair Underwood fail to offset a weak, predictable script in this TV movie about a father and son who meet for the first time in prison.
CBS led the way in nominations for the first American Television Awards -- the ABC May sweeps special that raised the hackles of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which presents the…
Viacom has purchased a leading video-game company, giving a boost to its fledgling effort into interactive media. The giant cable programmer bought ICOM Simulations, a Wheeling (Ill.)-based game…
Purposeful four-hour "Grapes of Wrath"-like telepic glumly eyes a family of five muddling through global warming disasters of the near future. With an authoritative Craig T. Nelson as the father…
Roseanne and Tom Arnold, striking a more conciliatory pose, issued a statement Thursday saying their William Morris Agency reps remain in discussions with ABC "and we are hopeful everything will be…
Arleen Sorkin, the former co-host on ABC's "America's Funniest People," has slapped the show's producer with a racial discrimination suit, saying that he let her go because she was white.
Roseanne and Elvis, together at last! ABC's kitschy, maudlin hound dog of a telepic, "The Woman Who Loved Elvis," is a white-trash double whammy that the fans -- his and hers -- will doubtless lap up.