St. Louis slugger Mark McGwire made the Fox network look smart Tuesday for pre-empting the season premiere of "King of the Hill" and the debut of the sitcom "Costello."
DreamWorks TV has signed a talent holding deal with actress Angela Featherstone, who hopes to produce and star in her own sitcom.
Lela Rochon, currently onscreen in two of the weekend's top 10 films, in talks to join Kyra Sedgwick and Rob Morrow in the indie romantic comedy "Labor Pains."
Miramax Films has acquired the video, TV and non-theatrical U.S. rights to Ted Demme's crime drama "Monument Ave.," which Lions Gate will release theatrically on Sept. 25.
Most major showbiz stocks were lifted Tuesday as investors snapped up stocks with alacrity, pushing the Dow Jones Industrial Average up a record 380.53 points, to 8020.78.
"Sideman" will not be sidelined. Instead, the new Warren Leight-penned play on Broadway at the Roundabout has found a home at the Shubert's John Golden Theater. Its time at the Roundabout is up…
CBS is in negotiations to buy an equity stake of an Internet site called the Mining Co., owned by General Internet Inc.
Artisan Entertainment is nearing a deal to handle homevideo and digital videodisc distribution of the 3,000-title library of Republic Entertainment, one of the largest catalogs still available…
Nick at Nite has bought the exclusive cable rights to Paramount Domestic distribution's "Cheers" starting in the fall of 2001 for $68.8 million, the highest price Nick has ever paid for a sitcom…
Producer Alexander Tabrizi, formerly behind Tri Vision Pictures, has joined Mastermind Entertainment as president of worldwide production.
Patrick Stewart and Blythe Danner are in final negotiations to star in Arthur Miller's new play, "Ride Down Mt. Morgan," this fall.