When it comes to handicapping whether Hollywood will have a strike, you can't tell the players without a scorecard. In fact, you can't even tell what's going on with a scorecard.
While it wasn't a great summer for new reality shows, veteran fare allowed most nets to squeak by. Here's a look at how the Big Four's reality efforts did during the warm-weather frame.
It's a seller's market right now, but no one expects the buying binge to last much longer -- especially for writers.
As television networks prepare to roll out their fall series, they're also engaged in some unusual activity for the month of August. They're giving series commitments for 2008 shows.
What do you get when you cross the Nintendo's Wii unique motion sensing controls with successful music and rhythm games like "Dance Dance Revolution," "Guitar Hero," and "SingStar?" Unfortunately…
Dubbing has always been a headache for the film business. But Hollywood's new dependence on international box office has turned it into a major migraine.
Like their counterparts in the dubbing arena, subtitle workers are plagued by two key questions -- time and money -- as Hollywood's megapics are subtitled in more and more languages.
Norwegian cinema made an important breakthrough in 2006, when it gained international attention at Cannes: Three Norwegian features were shown in the official selection, and a Norwegian short -…
A food-obsessed French rat couldn't edge out a fish named Nemo, but he still did mighty well for himself.
The problems were sorted out quickly and the damage was slight, but a boycott of "The Simpsons Movie" by Indian exhibitors could be a sign of things to come.
Webheads who are counting on reality shows to get them through a possible strike might want to take another look at this summer's ratings.