Zalman King, a hyphenate best known for erotic films including "9 1/2 Weeks," which he co-wrote and produced, died of cancer in Santa Monica on Friday. He was 70.
NBC has ordered drama pilot "Revolution" from Warner Bros. TV and Bad Robot Prods.
Hulu has lined up another original series, a laffer from scribe Liz Tuccillo.
America is ready for second helpings of some of its favorite unscripted culinary shows.
ABC ordered a pair of comedy pilots Wednesday including one starring Reba McEntire.
Crackle is following Netflix and Hulu as the latest digital-only programmer venturing into long-form scripted series.
Facebook's long-anticipated IPO plans filed Wednesday may have given investors a glimpse of its future, but details on the role entertainment content will play in the social media behemoth's growth…
CBS has found a midseason berth for its cop drama "NYC 22," which will join the schedule April 15.
Walt Disney Co. and Yahoo are joining forces for a daily online short-form series featuring former "Oprah Winfrey Show" correspondent Ali Wentworth.
News Corp. prexy and chief operating officer Chase Carey vented frustrations with the industry's TV Everywhere efforts at the D:Dive Into Media conference Tuesday.
Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman bemoaned the "mob mentality" that sunk legislation like SOPA protecting content owners in a Q&A on Tuesday at the D:Dive into Media conference.
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