ABC has given Ellen DeGeneres "strong indications" that her series will not be renewed next season, the star told an audience at her show's taping Friday night. When asked whether this was the last…
Composer Greig McRitchie, who became a well-known film and TV orchestrator with film credits including “Dances With Wolves,” died Dec. 23 of a heart attack at his home in Studio City. He was 83…
Len Grossi, a key member of the management team that launched UPN in January 1995, has ankled his post as senior executive VP of the weblet.
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Patrick Marber's comic drama "Dealer's Choice" will be the fifth play of the Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum's 1997-98 season, it was announced Monday.
Paula Stone Sloan, a former legit, radio and screen actress who later worked behind the footlights as a Broadway producer, died Dec. 23, 1997, at Sherman Oaks Medical Center following a lengthy…
The annual tug-of-war of who will host the Grammys got off to an unusually early start Monday with the backers of the proposed new downtown L.A. stadium announcing they are sending a contingent to…
Former Mann Theatres topper Charles Goldwater has joined Iwerks Entertainment as chairman of the board, CEO and president.
Action star-turned-producer Steven Seagal's Seagal/Nasso Prods. has made its first venture into literary acquisitions, picking up film rights to two novels, "White Star" and "House of Thunder."
Tiffani-Amber Thiessen has signed on to do seven more episodes of "Beverly Hills, 90210" next season, and she retains the option to do more.
Sandy McPeak, a character actor, died Dec. 31 of a heart attack in Nevada City. He was 62.