The potential syndie TV project that Buena Vista Prods. is developing with performer Wayne Brady likely will find a home on the co-owned ABC O&Os next fall, insiders said Friday.
MTV will turn the Paramount/MTV Films gridiron drama "Varsity Blues" into a half-hour primetime series.
ABC has committed to 13 episodes of a new quizzer requiring contestants to control their heart rate while they answer general knowledge questions for money.
Dean Devlin's Electric Entertainment has found an outlet to plug into.
Matthew Barber's "Enchanted April" is skedded for a fall 2002 bow on Broadway. Jeffrey Richards is producing the stage adaptation of Elizabeth von Armin's 1922 novel about four English women who…
Excite@Home, once one of the largest Internet service providers, said Friday that it will pinkslip 400 staffers as it readies to shutter all operations by Feb. 28.
The board of the Directors Guild of America, continuing its accelerated approach to handling contracts, has unanimously endorsed last week's tentative three-year deal and will seek ratification on a…
The Boston Society of Film Critics has chosen "Mulholland Drive" for best picture and David Lynch for best director.
Universal Worldwide Television has secured a rare three runs in both of the nation's top two markets for its syndicated relationship strip "Blind Date," now in its third season.
Jim Caparro, the man who helped build the Island Def Jam Music Group into the third-biggest record label in the U.S. through aggressive consolidation and savvy A&R, has decided to resign his post as…
The National Basketball Assn. is about to make TV history by committing the bulk of its nationally distributed games over the next four years to the cable networks ESPN, TNT and a new digital channel…