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Comedy Central has ordered a 10-episode second season of “Inside Amy Schumer” for 2014, it was announced today. The freshman laffer debuted on April 30 and is the cabler's highest-rated series preem…
Like a lot of female comics, Amy Schumer seeks to distinguish herself in part by proving she can be just as filthy as the boys, and other than genitalia, there's not much to differentiate “Inside Amy…
The network is scheduled for an Aug. 17 launch and will be available in the 90 million homes reached by its ancestor Speed.
NBCU's Telemundo Intl. announced a five-year deal with Chilean web TVN to adapt the latter's telenovela formats as well as extending a global distribution deal first made in 2006.
FX has won the rights to "Tyrant," ordering to pilot the highly anticipated next project from "Homeland" exec producers Gideon Raff and Howard Gordon.
Johnny Carson's interviews with classic stars will be coming to a Turner Classic Movies, with documentarian Peter Jones -- who produced the recent PBS biography of "The Tonight Show" host…
Despite the baleful eloquence of Eileen Atkins and Michael Gambon in the lead roles, the disappointing, hybrid result is neither quite radio nor theater.
Powell initially made a name for herself with the digital marketing campaign for "Paranormal Activity," propelling it into a billion-dollar franchise.
Mayim Bialik has a Ph.D. in neuroscience. So, when she was approached to play socially stunted scientist Amy on "The Big Bang Theory," she had inspiration to pull from.
When Paramount announced in March that it was launching micro-budget arm Insurge Pictures, it caught the attention of a film biz still reeling from the implosion of studio specialty and genre labels.