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|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|ROB||CBS||Executive Producer Non-writing||Completed||2011-2012|
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OWN's most popular series to date, “The Haves and the Have Nots,” wrapped its first season with a record audience Tuesday night. Nielsen estimates than an average crowd of 2.6 million watched the…
Faithfully adapted from a so-so British series, "Mistresses" seems to have landed on U.S. shores in the right place, at the right time.
"Hitchcock" is a diverting but dramatically insipid account of how the Master of Suspense took his biggest gamble and delivered his greatest success with "Psycho."
A skateboarder's determination to display thrashin' skillz is interwoven into a fable of forgiveness in "Hardflip."
Sibling filmmakers Jon and Andrew Erwin occasionally strain credibility and test patience with "October Baby," their debut feature, but they're blessed with a lead player whose affecting performance…
Rob Schneider's questionable appeal will be put to the test in "Rob," a series said to be loosely based on his life, about a guy who marries a stunning, considerably younger Latina and inherits her…
Actor Christopher "Chip" Mayer, who played Vance Duke on "The Dukes of Hazzard," was a series regular on the soap "Santa Barbara" and appeared in the Jim Carrey film "Liar Liar," died July 24 in…
Best known for reruns of old series (and now some rather tawdry reality shows), TV Land's original comedy "Hot in Cleveland" -- down to the talent -- feels as though it could have been on a network…
Result should satisfy Bynes fans looking for a pleasant, innocuous follow-up to her last vehicle, with B.O. in the decent if unspectacular range of "Man." Ancillary prospects look brighter.
MGM is in advanced negotiations to acquire all U.S. rights to Rob Schneider's directorial debut "Big Stan" from Crystal Sky Pictures.