Rick Haskins' new gig at CW is a sign that for the young-skewing net, online activity is becoming just as important as traditional TV viewing.
Entertainment One has pacted with writer-helmer Paul W.S. Anderson to develop a supernatural drama series dubbed "The Reel."
For showbiz, 2011 has been a year of movement in fits and starts, rather than great leaps forward, as the industry grapples with a fast-changing, increasingly global business landscape.
Michael Eisner, Sherman Hemsley, lighting designer Bill Klages, Mario "Don Francisco" Kreutzberger and Chuck Lorre are among the 2012 inductees to the TV Academy's Hall of Fame.
A 26-year-old government clerk from one of India's poorest regions made headlines worldwide last month as a "real-life 'Slumdog Millionaire'?" after he became the first contestant to win a $1 million…
Forstmann Little & Co. and IMG have appointed new toppers in the wake of Ted Forstmann's death last week.
Hallmark Hall of Fame has greenlit "Crew Nine," a drama starring Cuba Gooding Jr. as a youth counselor who inspires troubled kids.
BBC America is dipping its spoon into the red-hot cooking competition arena.
There's no hotter category on the smallscreen these days than food-related programs, and there's no bigger programming opportunity for TV foodies than Thanksgiving.
After 11 years with the Peacock Marc Graboff is poised to exit his post as prexy of West Coast business operations at NBC and Universal TV.
Uncle Carl would be so proud.