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
New Line Cinema has optioned "The Plucker," an illustrated novel by Brom. Temple Hill Entertainment partners Wyck Godfrey and Marty Bowen will produce with Terry Thoren.
Leading Bollywood conglom Eros International has bought rights to nearly 150 Hollywood pictures for release through its home video arm.
ABC has given a put pilot order to an untitled drama from "Grey's Anatomy" scribe Jill Soloway and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot shingle.
George Carlin sometimes speaks of an extra-orbital life, but for as long as he's down here on the ground, he still has plans.
The crime scene moves to the living room with "CSI: Hard Evidence," the fifth in Ubisoft's succesful series of games based on the hit CBS crime drama, and the first available on consoles as well as…
Warner Home Video has signed a multiyear deal to distribute Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the rest of the "Peanuts" gang on DVD and digitally.
Looking to further beef up its comedy roster, Sony Pictures Television has inked a two-year, seven-figure overall deal with helmers Joe and Anthony Russo ("Arrested Development").
In a preemptive deal, Fox 2000 has acquired rights to remake Granada-produced British miniseries ``The Jury,'' with Marc Forster directing and Beau Willimon writing the script.
The film lineup for the Black Pearl competition.