Bill Edelstein

  • Biz

Original thinking

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Jerry Offsay is feeling pretty lucky these days. As Showtime's president of programming for the past seven years, Offsay has turned the pay-cable network from a movie-rights buyer into cable's…

  • TV

Crossovers create dilemmas

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It's tough enough to put together an hourlong show on a weekly basis without someone throwing a bomb into the mix. Both literally and figuratively, that's what happened to "The Practice" just before…

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Larroquette’s moment

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It hadn't been since the mid-1980s and shows like "Dallas" and "Remington Steele" -- certainly before his career-defining role as crass defense attorney Dan Fielding on the NBC sitcom "Night Court"…

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Wells Clark joins UPN

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UPN has restructured its marketing department, naming television marketing vet Rachel Wells Clark to the newly created post of senior VP of marketing, media and operations, working with UPN's Bob…

HBO’s party punch

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It was Hollywood's version of a unification fight: Two guys from East L.A., Oscar De La Hoya and Shane Mosley, brought stars from the Westside to the Staples Center downtown for a night of partying…

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