Two twentysomethings sit in front of editing bays in a large, loft-like room on the second floor of an old Masonic lodge on a seedy part of Santa Monica Boulevard. They work quickly, under deadline…
NBC's aggressive hunt for fresh comedy blood continues: The Peacock has given Paramount Network Television a 13-seg order for a half-hour sitcom to be created by Emmy-winning scribe John Markus ("The…
Shares of Walt Disney Co. plunged Friday after the company reported weak financial results, rendered no less palatable by chairman-CEO Michael Eisner's newly minted accessibility to Wall Street.
Miramax has signed scribe Robert Nelson Jacobs to a multipicture deal.
ABC has inked a talent holding deal with young actress Alicia Morton, the star of this past weekend's "Wonderful World of Disney" remake of "Annie."
FCC chairman Bill Kennard just can't get a break. Having tried to do a favor for a Republican congressman and 100,000 car racing fans, he now stands accused of abusing his authority.
William Daniels, who precipitously launched his bid for the Screen Actors Guild presidency a mere two months ago, won the post Friday in a bare-knuckle contest against incumbent Richard Masur.
Jack Valenti and Frank Biondi Jr. have been tapped to the board of directors of entertainment industry Web company Creative Planet.
“Saturday Night Live’s” Chris Kattan has signed to do Nora Ephron’s “Numbers” with John Travolta, Tim Roth and Lisa Kudrow. Kattan will play Kudrow’s ex-boyfriend, hired by Travolta’s character to…
"Milgaard," a controversial two-hour telepic currently banned from Canadian TV, has won more Gemini awards than any other TV program in Canada this year.
The new Fox gameshow "Greed" won't make anyone forget "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire," but it could help beleaguered Fox overcome the disappointment over "Action."