For years, cable nets were maligned for adjusting their brand what seemed like every few months.
During a post-screening dinner at the swank Stone Rose restaurant Sunday in Gotham, Julian Schnabel admitted he doesn't like reading press coverage of his work -- the media, he said, always gets…
Comedy Central has ordered a pop-culture comedy skein from the veteran comic Lewis Black. Net has greenlit to series "The Root of All Evil," picking up a pilot it had produced six months ago
Comedy Central has opted not to renew "The Showbiz Show With David Spade."
MTV has made a deal with Ken Mok for an untitled television project.
HarperCollins is taking a page from Random House Films, inking with Gotham producer Jeffrey Sharp.
Gotham shingle Plum Pictures will produce high school comedy "Bart Got a Room" and has signed William H. Macy to topline the project.
Comedy Central has renewed animated political skein "Lil' Bush" for a second season while bumping up its episode order.
Given the subject matter of HBO's upcoming therapy drama "In Treatment," it's perhaps appropriate to ask this question of execs: How does it make them feel?
Forget Scott Baio on VH1 -- it's all about the Fonz in Milwaukee.
Spike has signed up a reality project from "Transformers" producer Tom DeSanto as part of an orientation toward what it calls factual entertainment.
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