She took the money and ran -- straight to a starring role in the sequel. NBC's convoluted dating program "For Love or Money" went out a big ratings winner Monday, as contestant Erin opted for a…
Australian actors are to hold a national one-day strike, probably next week, in a dispute with producers involving pay and conditions.
With Spike TV back on track, media buyers around town agreed the suit had upsides for both parties. "The programming is what we're concerned about, and the programming hasn't changed at all," said…
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Off-lot feature production activity in Hollywood remained at steady if not spectacular levels during June, figures released Tuesday showed. But commercials shoots are off significantly.
ABC has upped exec Olivia Cohen-Cutler to senior veep in charge of network standards and practices.
Scribe Gren Wells has closed a two-picture deal with Warner Bros. Pictures. The first project under the deal is "Diary of a Mad Bride," which Wells will adapt from the novel by Laura Wolf.
As part of a push to beef up its worldwide sales arm, Wellspring has acquired international rights, excluding theatrical and TV in North America, to Tim McCann's psychological thriller "Revolution…
TNT and TBS have created the new post of senior VP of programming for both networks and promoted Ken Schwab to fill it.
Members of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have ratified a four-year contract with Los Angeles-based Tribune television station KTLA.
Rep. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) voiced opposition Tuesday to the merger of Univision Communications and Hispanic Broadcasting, arguing that it would hand Univision unacceptable market power in the U.S.'…