USA Network has given series orders to original comedies "Sirens" and "Playing House" in a bid to broaden its programming appeal and make the most of its pricey investment in "Modern Family" reruns.
The fourth "Ice Age" outing was red hot when it came to grosses: Fox's 3D family blockbuster hauled in $870 million worldwide, making it the third-highest grossing film of the year and sixth-highest…
With the scripts gestating at USA Network for months, comedies "Paging Dr. Freed" and "Sirens" have finally been given their pilot orders.
Drama "Any Day Now" and doc "Burn" scored the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival's audience awards, announced at the fest's wrap party on Saturday, April 28
Denis Leary is in negotiations to join the cast of Sony's untitled "Spider-Man" movie.
Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer's first production for Disney is a high-concept comedy [from a screen story by co-scripter Marie Weiss] that mixes O. Henry's chestnut Ransom of Red Chief with…
Showtime has signed Denis Leary to a deal that includes a one-hour standup comedy special and an original movie that Leary would write, direct and star in.
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