Blythe Danner and Katherine Kendall ("Swingers") are set to star in the indie drama "The Farmhouse," which Marcus Spiegel will direct for Fred Berner Films and Image Group Entertainment.
A raft of premieres of new British pics, many by first-timers, plus a strong lineup of international titles, mark the 51st Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival's slate, announced Thursday.
"Star Trek" series writer/producer Ira Steven Behr has signed a three-year overall development deal with Paramount Network Television.
The talkshow pecking order was upset for the second straight week, according to national syndie ratings for the week ending June 29, as "Jenny Jones" nudged "Rosie O'Donnell" out of second place for…
The announcement that Tom Tyrer is joining Fox Broadcasting Co. came to reporters from an unusual source: a faux Fox press release sent by what appears to be a disgruntled employee.
The House Thursday narrowly backed a Republican effort to abolish the National Endowment for the Arts, branded by conservatives as an elite group that bankrolls immoral art.
Kerry Stokes' Seven Network has won the bidding for the Australian Broadcasting Corp.'s loss-making Asian satcaster Australia Television.
Josephine Ann Longobardi has been tapped as the bailiff and Curt Chaplin fills the interviewer post on the Ralph Edwards/Stu Billett Prods. upcoming revival of "The People's Court."
Fox today will hold a "National 'Roar'-Off Competition" --- designed to plug its new period drama series "Roar" (which debuts Monday night) --- at 3 p.m. onstage at Universal CityWalk adjacent to the…
While most of the television industry signed a formal document of surrender on a new TV content code Thursday, NBC continued to hold out, earning praise from Hollywood creatives who support the…