Those rumors about Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick returning to "The Producers" were wrong.
As part of the film's ongoing campaign for vindication of that much-maligned American subspecies the nerd, Internet ubergeek Harry Knowles will team with HBO Films and Fine Line to host a special…
Powered by their strong Thursday lineups, NBC and CBS were the standout performers in primetime last week as the November sweep got under way -- but it was a soft week overall for broadcasters.
After facing major league competition in the early weeks of October, syndie sitcoms regained lost ground for week ending Oct. 26.
Viewership was up last week for network evening newscasts, fueled by the California fires and the switch from daylight-saving time.
"Dirty Pretty Things" was the big winner Tuesday evening at the sixth British Independent Film Awards, picking up prizes for film, director (Stephen Frears), actor (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and screenplay…
Two more high-profile shows were handed pinkslips Tuesday as TV's season from hell continued. NBC, after weeks of silence, finally confirmed that critically hailed drama "Boomtown" has been canceled.
The Foxtel and Austar pay TV platforms are spending more than $7 million to upgrade subscribers' equipment to stamp out the rampant theft of their channels.
Pay TV execs are jubilant after the Mexican government repealed a controversial tax on the troubled industry.
Moritz de Hadeln's expected reappointment at the Venice Intl. Film Festival's helm may be jeopardized by an overhaul of the Venice Biennale, the event's parent organization.
In what may be the beginning of an executive shakeup at ProSiebenSat 1, TV head Ludwig Bauer has become the first to ankle since the German broadcaster was taken over by Israeli-American billionaire…
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