Feature helmer Ridley Scott ("Matchstick Men") will make his series debut later this season with the CBS drama skein "Numbers," while Rob Lowe's"Dr. Vegas" has crapped out.
NBC had its strongest Monday of the season last night thanks to an election-themed "Saturday Night Live" spec, which lifted the net into a virtual tie with ABC for the night's lead among young…
Who's going to succeed Sherry? Aside from the progress of the presidential election, speculation on Lansing's replacement was the hot topic in Hollywood on Tuesday.
Paramount Home Entertainment Spain has inked DVD/VHS rights to Spain on three new pics from Spanish distribber Goya Films.
Controversial helmer Theo van Gogh, the enfant terrible of the Dutch film industry who was notorious for his anti-Islamic views, was shot and stabbed to death near the Oosterpark in Amsterdam on…
A federal jury has cleared ABC in a suit accusing the net's "20/20" newsmagazine of violating privacy laws by using hidden cameras to videotape acting workshops.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has tapped six recipients for the 2004 Don and Gee Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting.
"Scrubs" creator Bill Lawrence and fellow scribe Tim Hobert want to prove that mainstream sitcoms can still be done, creating a laffer around standup Brian Regan. NBC has picked up the project from…
First Independent Pictures has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Park Entertainment's family comedy "Bob the Butler" and chopsocky adventure pic "The Purifiers."
Sony Pictures TV prexy Steve Mosko is the Academy of TV Arts & Sciences Foundation's new chairman. Mosko, who will serve for two years, replaces longtime chairman Tom Sarnoff. Sarnoff segues to the…
Single Cell Pictures partners Michael Stipe and Sandy Stern have optioned "Slo-Mo," a spec script written and to be directed by John Krokidas.