"Judge Mills Lane" fell short of a Nielsen K.O. in its debut Monday, but the latest entry into the courtroom TV genre nonetheless has come out swinging.
The crime fighters of "NYPD Blue" will make way for the vigilantes of "Vengeance Unlimited" next month when ABC preems the drama skein in "NYPD Blue's" prime Tuesday berth.
Producer George Zaloom is developing a "Wonderful World of Disney" telefilm on the life of the pioneering, globetrotting femme journo Nellie Bly.
The shot clock has officially run out on "The Magic Hour." Fox's Twentieth TV has pulled the plug on its latenight syndie talkshow fronted by NBA great Earvin (Magic) Johnson.
The "Dump Jerry Springer" campaign is heading west. Rev. Michael Pfleger, the Chi-based pastor who has led the protest against the "Jerry Springer Show" in its Windy City hometown, is planning to…
In the face of increasingly dire financial forecasts for the long-troubled studio, MGM has halted all TV series development, the studio confirmed Wednesday.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has elected peer group representatives to its board of governors.
The major syndie distribs are gathering in Gotham today to unveil an overhauled industry trade org dedicated to channeling more TV advertising dollars into syndicated programming.
Andy Friendly has been upped to prexy of firstrun programming and production for King World Prods.
Radio with pictures? Shock jock Howard Stern will deliver that and more with a Saturday latenight TV vehicle set to bow this month with the mixed-media title of "The Howard Stern Radio Show."
Team Entertainment has completed an initial public stock offering that raised $7.6 million for the L.A.-based indie production-distribution outfit headed by industry vet Drew Levin.