Lionsgate TV has cut a deal with Netflix for exclusive streaming rights to "Mad Men" reruns.
On the heels of U.S. Census reports underscoring the growing diversity of the American viewing public, major media players are starting to zero in on the potential in programming to ethnic niches.
Alloy Entertainment has recruited network vet Michael Ross as chief operating officer to help manage its growing stable of primetime skeins.
It's high time for an Ernie Kovacs revival.
It's a sign of the times for the U.S. television market: Gale Anne Hurd, riding high on the success of zombie drama "The Walking Dead," is assembling a new drama series project in partnership with…
Tenpercenter Mike Jelline has landed at UTA.
Break out the cocktails: AMC and "Mad Men" creator/exec producer Matthew Weiner have reached an agreement for a new contract that will keep the showrunner at the helm of Emmy winning drama series for…
They're juggling series in development at Lifetime, ABC and Style Network. In their spare time, Ian Sander and Kim Moses produce original Web series and even promotional content for Disney/ABC shows.
RHI Entertainment has been given the OK to emerge from its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding with a reorganization plan that will reduce the company's debt by more that $400 million.
As tensions flared and negotiations intensified, AMC on Tuesday confirmed that the fifth upcoming season of "Mad Men" will be delayed until early 2012.
The prolonged wrangling between AMC, Lionsgate TV and Matt Weiner over a new deal for the next two seasons of "Mad Men" is starting to take a toll on one of the show's key components: the thesps.