Peter Gallagher will go to "O.C.," and Rebecca DeMornay is heading "Home," as pilot casting season gets rolling this week.
Actors Equity Assn. exec director Alan Eisenberg has backed the proposal to merge SAG and AFTRA, in a sign that the theatrical performers org may also be heading toward joining the combined org.
Adam Sandler, star of a string of successful laffers including this year's dark comedy "Punch-Drunk Love" from Paul Thomas Anderson, was named male star of the year for ShoWest 2003, organizers said…
Undeterred by failure during the last congressional session, backers of anti-runaway production legislation have re-introduced a tax credit bill aimed at productions under $10 million.
The family sitcom may make even more of a comeback next season, as NBC, UPN and CBS ordered a new round of comedy pilots Wednesday that are heavy on households.
Bill Kurtis will be feted with a lifetime achievement award at the 39th Chicago Intl. Television Awards.
Paul Friedman is ankling his post as ABC News executive veepee and will become a senior news consultant at the net.
Vivendi Universal picked up a cool $257 million at Barry Diller's expense Wednesday, cashing out some 28 million in warrants and options in Diller's USA Interactive .
Broadway has a love-hate relationship with the New York Times. They love the paper's good reviews, they hate its bad reviews, and now Broadway can add the Times photo coverage to its list of dislikes.
Hip-hop star DMX will team, through his fledgling Bloodline Films banner, with N.Y.-based indie outfit ContentFilm to produce and star for director Ernest Dickerson in "Never Die Alone," which will…
Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein has downgraded shares in ITV shareholders Granada and Carlton after concerns that their £2.4 billion ($4 billion) merger still could be blocked by U.K. watchdog the…