Showbiz comebacks rarely go according to plan -- ask Chris Evans, the somewhat shop-soiled golden boy of British TV.
An Indian television series and two feature films about 9/11 are in the works. Television director Arun Frank plans to make a series about Indians whose lives were shattered by the World Trade Center…
Road grosses held firm during Week 41 (March 3-9), as the 20 shows re-porting took in $13,593,492, a small rise of 3% from the prior frame.
TV stations are about to face a harsh reality as a result of primetime's latest programming trends. The proliferation of reality programs has led to a severe narrowing of the off-network sitcom…
A sex education show starring an elderly doctor has captured the deeply conservative, Muslim-dominated Albanian market -- and created a genre that could fly across the Muslim world.
Encuentros, the Miami Film Festival's inaugural program designed to help Ibero-American filmmakers meet potential distribs and financiers -- with an eye on North America sales -- was deemed a success…
The "virtual orchestra" that was much maligned in the battle between Broadway musicians and producers ultimately may turn out to be one of the winners in the recent fray -- despite the bad press.
Blame it all on "Joe Millionaire." In the wake of that Fox skein, everyone's been forced to tweak their reality pitches. A great story, strong characters and solid narrative just aren't enough to…
The race is on to clone "Joe." In the wake of the spectacular success of Fox's twisted reality skein "Joe Millionaire," producers and network development execs are mulling a slew of ideas designed to…
"Charlie's Angels" meets "Mission: Impossible" in a kitchen -- this is the concept behind "The Gourmet Girls," a food show for BBC Worldwide that will start airing in June on the BBC Food channel in…
"Entertain us -- don't challenge or depress us" is the clear message from many moviegoers overseas during these troubled times. Capturing that mood, "Maid in Manhattan" cleaned up, top-scoring in…