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In February 2005, I was hired to launch the original scripted department at AMC. Up to that point, the channel had only aired old films and had made a few attempts at unscripted programming. Rob…
Who knows where the time goes? As another action-packed year in showbiz and media draws to a close, it's a good time to make a mental inventory of the people and companies poised to make news in 2013.
Montreal-based Cineflix Media is adding more executive heft to its production operations with the appointment of former NBCUniversal Intl. chief Peter Smith as CEO of Cineflix Studios.
Grim, dark and violent, this BBC America offering isn't terrible, but suffers from a flat-footed quality.
BBC America will premiere original drama "Copper," from creators Tom Fontana and Will Rokos, on Aug. 19.
Cineflix has tapped former Playtone development exec Miura Kite to spearhead its scripted division, Cineflix Studios, in Los Angeles. Kite, who has worked on series including "The Pacific" and "Big…
Christina Wayne, the former AMC programming exec who shepherded the development of "Mad Men" and "Breaking Bad," has joined Canuck indie Cineflix to launch the company's Gotham-based Cineflix Studios…
AMC is developing a legal-themed drama with "Breaking Bad" exec producer Mark Johnson.
AMC is looking to get back on the trail with Robert Duvall, who's developing a new Western-themed series for the channel with the Donners' Company.
AMC is taking a cue from its hit movie "Broken Trail," developing new projects with the longform's director, Walter Hill, and co-star Thomas Haden Church.
AMC has hired Jeremy Elice to head up the cabler's West Coast scripted development.