Universal Cable Prods. is tapping the muscle of the Machinima to draw viewers to its "Battlestar Galactica" Web prequel "Blood and Chrome."
In a sign that Amazon is getting serious about fielding original programming, the Internet giant is said to be close to greenlighting a musical comedy series dubbed "Browsers."
Showbizzers and military vets will gather at Universal Studios on Friday for a hands-on project designed to celebrate the power of community service.
The second half of Charlie Sheen's comeback bid has been set as a clutch of Fox O&Os have picked up off-net rights to his FX sitcom "Anger Management" for a fall 2014 start.
Rich Ross is back in action. The former Disney Studios topper has joined Elisabeth Murdoch's Shine America wing as CEO with a focus on expanding its scripted programming business.
Chuck Lorre was ahead of his time in embracing the spirit of social media.
Alan Kirschenbaum was a comedy writer's writer. He grew up steeped in the Borscht Belt tradition, thanks to his father, Catskills favorite Freddie Roman. Throughout his 30-year career as a TV scribe…
In an abrupt end to a 43-year career at ICM, Jeff Berg was edged out of ICM Partners on Friday afternoon.
NBC is fanning the flames of "Chicago Fire," ordering five more scripts for the Dick Wolf drama.
CBS has greenlit full seasons of frosh dramas "Vegas" and "Elementary."
Another presidential debate, another record for Fox News Channel.