Swedish production company Metronome Group will open a U.S. office next month.
Jon Hamm's ascent among Hollywood's leading men via the buzz-rocket that is "Mad Men" begs the question: Where's he been all these years?
On most work days, Kevin Beggs, prexy of Lionsgate TV, usually looks as if he's just stepped out of a scene from "Mad Men."
Sarah Michelle Gellar is eyeing a return to television with a half-hour project set up at HBO from screenwriter Charles Randolph.
The Governors Ball decor seemed to be channeling the mood of one of the night's big winners.
Media Rights Capital has locked up the coin to fund its ambitious film, TV and digital production slate for the next three years, closing a three-year, $350 million revolving credit facility with a…
What if they gave an awards show and nobody came -- backstage, that is.
The country is in enmeshed in a crippling economic crisis. Oil prices are skyrocketing, unemployment is steadily growing, and the national mood is polarized by an unpopular war overseas and a…
The prognosis is very good for the launch of "Dr. Oz" next fall. Fox O&Os in Gotham, Los Angeles and Chicago have picked up the syndie skein from Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Prods. and Sony Pictures TV.
Brillstein Entertainment Partners Television has cut a new three-year pact with ABC Studios.
Susan Lyne, former chief of ABC Entertainment and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, is bailing on the media sector in favor of running an online luxury goods retailer.