Celebs beware: Ashton Kutcher will live to punk another day on MTV. The music net announced Thursday that Kutcher's hit hidden-camera skein "Punk'd" will be back for a third season beginning April 25.
The Summer Olympics from Athens will get an extra promotional push from TV Guide's listing channel, which will help cable and satellite TV subscribers navigate through the 1,200 hours of coverage by…
Powering up to full throttle in preparation for its merger with Universal, NBC announced Thursday that it has hired former Condoleezza Rice adviser Anna Perez -- who also has strong Hollywood ties -…
CBS News' "Face the Nation" with Bob Schieffer delivered its best quarter in the key news demo of adults 25-54 in a decade, debunking the notion that younger viewers won't go for the gray.
Disney has purchased the comedy pitch "Powderpuff Girls" from first-time scribe Cindy McCreery for Tapestry Films and "Smallville" producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar to produce.
Prolific Spanish production-distribution outfit Lolafilms will receive a retrospective of nine of its films at the American Museum of the Moving Image April 30-May 9.
Court TV has created a division called the Legal News Service to syndicate trial analysis and wrap-ups of the day's court coverage to TV stations and cable-news channels.
Ermanno Olmi, Abbas Kiarostami and Ken Loach have teamed up to helm "Tickets," a film set on a train traveling from Northern Europe toward Rome.
Online rental shop Netflix continues its breakneck pace, announcing Thursday that it had picked up an extra 450,000 subscribers in the first three months of 2004 to end the quarter with some 1.93…
Bollywood box office grosses plummeted last week due to a strike in Mumbai by cinema owners and a gripping cricket series involving archrivals India and Pakistan.
Kiwi producers will pick the brains of four European producers in a five-day Film Business School this month focusing on financing and the law.