After impressing with her guest turn on HBO's "The Newsroom," Jane Fonda has committed to her first starring TV series role, a comedy at ABC dubbed "Now What?"
It's checkbook season. As the fourth quarter progresses, bizzers' minds turn to worthy causes and federal tax deductions.
As Tribune Co. prepares to exit bankruptcy, News Corp. appears to be considering a run at the Los Angeles Times.
Fox will extend its primetime sked by a half-hour on Tuesday to allow viewers to catch up with the "X Factor" seg that was tabled this past Wednesday because of its baseball playoff coverage.
Neal Baer is working the late shift for CBS, fielding a detective drama dubbed "Nightcrawler."
Michelle Sobrino-Stearns has been named publisher of Variety, the first time in its 107-year history that the showbiz bible has been headed by a woman.
Mike O'Malley is back in biz with Fox and John Wells Prods. The hyphenate is penning a single-camera half-hour for the network dubbed "Citizen Houlihan," about a man who decides it's his civic duty…
Fox is trying to bring a little more light to "the dark zone," but it's a tricky proposition.
Leslie Moonves has inked a new deal with CBS Corp. that will keep him in the prexy-CEO post through June 2017.
Variety has changed hands for the second time in its 107-year history. Digital media dynamo Penske Media Corp. completed a deal Oct. 9 with Reed Business Information to acquire the brand hailed by…
Dane Cook is back on the market for TV work.
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