The USA Network will commission up to $85 million a year worth of TV movies and miniseries, more than any other basic-cable network in the U.S.
Debut helmer Juan Pablo Villasenor's "Por Si No Te Vuelvo a Ver" ("If I Never See You Again") walked away with the top prizes at the Ariels, Mexico's film awards.
Less than a month after its launch, Russian comedy "Peculiarities of National Fishing" is topping local video sales, achieving results which have well outstripped Hollywood product in territory's…
NBC has ponied up a pilot commitment to an untitled Steve Martin-created comedy from Imagine TV and Touchstone, and sources say the network made no demands for ownership or perpetual license fees.
Pearson has issued an upbeat trading statement, lifting British analyst's spirits after recent profit warnings from other big U.K. companies.
Former "Friends" executive story editors Jeffrey Astrof and Michael Sikowitz have returned to the Warner Bros. TV fold under a four-year overall production and development deal worth $10 million.
Prepping to launch its Spanish-lingo version of "Charlie's Angels," Hispanic web Telemundo has picked leading Mexican singer-actress Patricia Manterola to head the cast.
Richard Chamberlain has gone from "Shogun" to show tunes.
Fourteen features, including 10 world premieres, will compete in the fifth annual Slamdance Film Festival running Jan. 23-30.
BSkyB has secured a unique deal with a U.K. property developer to pre-install digital satellite dishes in 5000 new homes.
The Segerstrom family, owner and developer of South Coast Plaza, has reached an agreement in principal to donate land to be used by the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa for…