There's lot of casual sex on television but the onscreen fornication rarely results in adverse consequences for the characters, according to a new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
B.O. spirits soared overseas last weekend on the backs of smash debuts by "A Bug's Life" and "You've Got Mail," while "Shakespeare in Love" wowed auds in Australia.
Sportscaster Marv Albert, who lost his job after he admitted that he bit a woman during sex, will be back behind the mike thanks to Turner Sports.
Trilogy Entertainment Group has inked a three-year, exclusive development pact with New Line Television that includes a first-look component with New Line's sibling, Time Warner-owned cabler TNT.
Bob Bouknight, former senior VP of on-air promotion at Fox Broadcasting Co., has left the network to create a new multimedia entertainment marketing and promotion boutique, Darn Good Entertainment.
Cheryl McDermott has been upped to senior VP, business affairs at Saban International. In her new position, McDermott will continue to oversee program acquisitions, operations and administration for…
Kelly McGillis and Richard Thomas will headline Sir Peter Hall's upcoming repertory of Shakespeare plays at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles in what the Tony-winning British director said Monday…
United Video Satellite Group, which is in the process of buying TV Guide from News Corp., has entered into an agreement with Source Media to form a venture that will develop local content and…
Miramax's "Shakespeare in Love," which expanded into wide release Friday, enjoyed a major B.O. boost over the weekend from its 13 Oscar noms. With a few notable exceptions, other multiple-nom pics…
LMNO Prods. ("Kids Say the Darndest Things") has upped Bill Paolantonio to exec VP of creative affairs.
The Film Archive of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences signed a deal last week to take over 25 years of taped interviews from Canadian film buff Elwy Yost.