To almost no one's surprise, Genesis Entertainment Friday officially pulled the plug on "The Whoopi Goldberg Show." The first-season talker proved to be a big ratings disappointment in nearly every…
Pubcaster RAI, saddled with $ 1 billion debt, managerial paralysis and rumors of corruption, won an important battle May 26.
With the curtain rising Friday on the touring production of "Crazy for You," the tuner arrives in Los Angeles with more than $ 2 million in advance sales for its three-month run at the Shubert.
Jane Campion, the first woman to nab the prestigious Palme D'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, is signed to direct "Portrait of a Lady" for Propaganda Films.
A week after the announcement of America's HDTV "grand alliance," a similar coalition is forming in Europe intent on bringing together disparate interests toward a digital high-definition TV standard.
Producer Fred Silverman and Viacom Prods. have uprooted a deal with Carrot Top, the red-headed comedian who's become the rage on college campuses, and will develop a half-hour sitcom around him as…
Patchett Kaufman Entertainment has acquired rights to a two-part New Yorker article about a high-profile case of alleged sexual abuse in Olympia, Wash., and plans to adapt the project as a four-hour…
It's been a bumpy path recently for U.S. production company Reeves Entertainment, and the future is looking cloudy.
Only time will tell whether fans, players and even Congress approve of ABC and NBC's joint deal with Major League Baseball, but the terms reflect a clear boon to the networks. They offer virtually no…
New Line Cinema has acquired the supernatural action novel "The Black Mariah" for director George Romero and partner Peter Grunwald, who have a first-look deal at New Line.
Savage Records layoffs 18 The Bertelsmann Music Group-distributed label that's home to David Bowie and four other acts closed its doors Friday, less than two months after its biggest album release…