Kofi Annan, call your agent: Fox has picked up the drama script "U.N.," about a group of young adults who work together at the United Nations.
Fox is adding a big fat obnoxious reality skein to Sunday night. After months of secret production, Fox next month will unleash "My Big Fat Obnoxious Boss," an "Apprentice"-like sequel to last…
Normally able to claim the No. 1 perch in primetime, NBC Universal topper Bob Wright wasn't able to list Peacock shows when talking about the early hits of the new TV season Tuesday. Instead, he gave…
The fall TV season has brought a glut of reality TV, and enormous ratings for shows like “CSI” and “Desperate Housewives.” But there’s little in the way of quality family-friendly programming. As a…
It would be nice to think that we choose our political heroes more soberly and less trendily than we choose our musical heroes, but it would be wrong. Bono’s speech to the Labour conference this…
The Eye on Tuesday was quick to back away from Viacom entertainment chief Leslie Moonves' prediction that an independent CBS News inquiry likely would conclude after the Nov. 2 election so it…
To the Editor: The Aug. 25 guest columns about a canceled screening of “Birth of a Nation” omits many salient points. For openers, there were massive, sometimes violent street demonstrations to…
Curt Block, a 30-year public-relations veteran, has joined Vaughan Communications as exec VP.
"The Passion of George W. Bush," a musical-comedy staged at the 2004 New York Fringe Festival, will get a special election eve performance Nov. 1 at Joe's Pub.
Will the curtains part again? After receiving a sea of so-bad-it's-almost-good reviews, "The Ten Commandments" canceled its Tuesday and Wednesday performances in order to retool.
The city of Cannes and Reed Midem are out to ensure that TV and film folk congregate on the Croisette for many years to come. Cannes Mayor Bernard Brochand and the trade mart organizer on Tuesday…