Foreign countries are bombarding the U.S. with their TV shows. As many as 150 cable networks programming in 30 different languages are elbowing one another for space on cable systems and satellite…
Women's network WE and Lionsgate Television are pairing up for some "Dirty Dancing." Cabler has greenlit eight episodes of "Dirty Dancing: Living the Dream," a small-screen version of the 1987…
Warner Music reportedly is eyeing Bertelsmann's BMG Music Publishing unit. Bertelsmann is selling the division to partially repay a credit line of E4.5 billion ($5.7 billion) the company is using to…
The behind-the-scenes drama at NBC's two daytime sudsers is getting almost as good as the onscreen action. Peacock isn't commenting, but "Days of Our Lives" head writer Jim Reilly could soon be…
Rachael Leigh Cook is batting for baseball drama "The Final Season," joining a cast led by Sean Astin and Powers Boothe.
John Krokidas will helm the adaptation of David K. Israel's "Behind Everyman: A Novel for Guys and the Women Who Rescue Them" for producers Michelle Sy and Beth Elise Hawk.
Stephen Carter, CEO of Blighty's Office of Communications (Ofcom), is to ankle the regulator this fall.
Actor Paul Gleason, who played the frustrated principal in "The Breakfast Club" and the bad guy in "Trading Places," has died. He was 67.
Hard Sell: Garrison Keillor is probably the most polarizing national radio personality this side of Rush Limbaugh. Either like millions of devoted NPR listeners you have an abiding affection for the…
Music company Sanctuary Group has ousted chief exec Andy Taylor as a director of the company after discovering errors in the way the company's accounts were presented.
TV Azteca, Mexico's No.2 web, said Monday it had proposed to U.S. regulators a settlement of fraud charges filed last year against the company and its billionaire owner, Ricardo Salinas Pliego.