AN OPEN LETTER TO DAVID LETTERMAN:
Lorimar TV and Sony Pictures Entertainment divisions Columbia Pictures TV and TriStar TV appear to be the most prolific suppliers of prime time pilots for next fall, according to an early roster of…
Brad Turell -- senior VP of programming at Fox Broadcasting Co. and one of its longest-standing employees -- has left the company.
In the first major programming move under new West Coast president Don Ohlmeyer, NBC has reached out to its one-time franchise star, Bill Cosby, in an effort to boost its struggling prime time lineup.
Fox Broadcasting Co. will go to a regular seven nights of programming beginning June 21, when its "Fox Night at the Movies" slot will become a weekly entry on the weblet.
NBC has yanked the freshman sitcoms "Out All Night" and "Rhythm and Blues," after their disastrous return to its schedule last Friday, and replaces the two starting this week with the in-house hour…
Delta Burke will get a chance to ride on Roseanne Arnold's coattails starting April 6, as the sitcom "Delta" flies into the post-"Roseanne" slot replacing "The Jackie Thomas Show," which will have…
TO USE A VERY OLD CLICHE, it's been the best and worst of times for network television lately.
Despite all the talk about network TV's obsession with younger viewers, several veteran actors are showing up on development rosters for next season, including a pilot to star Faye Dunaway and…
The King of Pop has become the King of Television, as Michael Jackson's interview with Oprah Winfrey drew the highest prime time rating for any non-Super Bowl telecast in nearly a decade -- quickly…
"The X-Men" continue to mark the ratings spot for the Fox Children's Network, lifting the affiliate venture to a solid Saturday-morning win among the key children's demographic on Feb. 6.