Buzzer-beaters and nail-biters on the hardwood floor helped CBS slam-dunk the competish in all key ratings categories last week. In a sesh that also saw promising debuts for ABC drama "Grey's…
Primary Stages offers the New York premieres of plays by Terrence McNally and actor-scribe Charles Grodin as part of its 2005-06 season at the 59E59 Theaters.
Disney gets the Miramax library, but Harvey and Bob Weinstein sail off into the sunset with a formidable slate of projects and plans to start a diverse new media company.
"Sweet Charity" gives new meaning to the word "revival." After producers canceled its Broadway run and shuttered the show in Boston on Sunday, the much-troubled production is now back on the burner…
The Welsh villages of Ferryside and Llansteffan in Carmarthenshire became the first places in the U.K. to lose the analog TV signal on Tuesday.
Entertainment programs such as the long-running Endemol format "Love Letters" could be banned from Holland's three pubcasting channels by 2008 if the Dutch ruling coalition has its way.
Arnaud Lagardere, topper of French media and industrial group Lagardere, has put his money where his mouth is and upped his stake in the group from 5.45% to 7.16%.
This year's Sprockets Toronto Film Festival for Children will be the largest ever, with 30 features and 57 shorts in 16 languages from 26 countries. Details of the eighth edition, run by the Toronto…
Christian Colson has been promoted to joint managing director of Celador Films, the movie arm of British TV house Celador Prods. He now shares the job with chairman and founder Paul Smith.
John Glore will rejoin South Coast Repertory, where he was literary manager for 15 years, as associate artistic director. He'll become director of SCR's Pacific Playwrights Festival, which has set…
NBC, CBS and Fox appeared to be in a virtual three-way tie for Monday's primetime ratings lead among young adults, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.