MGM and Time Warner are in active merger talks again. TW kicked tires at the Kirk Kerkorian-controlled studio as recently as a year ago. Those conversations were recently resurrected in talks…
Cast and crew of WB's "Gilmore Girls" should break out the spiked eggnog, as they've been given an early pickup for the 2004-05 TV season.
Sony Pictures Classics is acquiring rights for North America, Mexico and Australia to Merchant Ivory Prods.' Chinese period drama "The White Countess," to star Natasha Richardson, Ralph Fiennes and…
Douglas Tirola, former head of production and development at Emerging Pictures, has set up Fourth Row Films in Gotham as a film-TV production shingle.
CBS has picked up its first reality show from Mike Fleiss: ABC's "The Will." Net has made a seven-episode commitment to the unscripted family sudser, which had been in development at the Alphabet.
The Gersh Agency has upped Sandy Pepe to agent in the TV lit division, giving her a mandate to focus on unscripted programming.
Vaulted by an explosion of original buzzworthy series, basic cable will beat broadcast and grab a larger share of audiences for the second year in a row.
Fox Searchlight has promoted Breena Camden to exec VP of publicity and promotions, reporting to marketing topper Nancy Utley.
Ted Field remains a producer of the MGM/Dimension remake of “The Amityville Horror,” while Randall Emmett and George Furla are no longer attached as executive producers. Information was incorrect in…
NBC has picked up five additional episodes of "The Tracy Morgan Show," giving the Peacock enough segs to last the rest of the season.
Val Kilmer has signed with International Creative Management.
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