ABC moved closer to wrapping up comedy development for the fall Thursday, picking up a trio of new potential laffers, bringing its total number of comedy pilots to 14.
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While KNBC got a nice boost from the Peacock's Olympics coverage, rival KABC nevertheless showed plenty of ratings mettle during the just-completed February sweeps.
Wynton Marsalis, who recently severed ties with the jazz side of his longtime label Columbia Records, will bring his septet to the Hollywood Bowl on June 15 to headline the 24th annual Playboy Jazz…
The British Film Institute plans to launch an eight-month festival of Indian and other South Asian films April 25, wrapping Dec. 24.
The soundtrack to "O Brother, Where Art Thou," which has sold more than 4 million copies despite consisting entirely of long-forgotten mountain music, blues and gospel from the late 1920s, hit yet…
As might be expected, U2 provided some of the biggest laughs and biggest thoughts of the evening. Describing the band as “pushing a rock up a hill” in 2000, Bono exulted in the fact that the band won…
While Brian Dennehy was joining CBS' "Two Families" pilot Wednesday, NBC nabbed Jean Smart, Jason Bateman, Ed Quinn and David Norona for, respectively, its untitled Mark Reisman project, untitled…
ABC Family is close to a deal to run episodes of the upcoming yakker "The Caroline Rhea Show" one week following their premiere this fall in firstrun national syndication.
The Directions Guild of America has tapped unit production manager Burt Bluestein to receive this year's Frank Capra Achievement Award.
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