Travel Channel continues to bulk up its original programming roster, greenlighting five new series, including one from “Man v. Food's” Adam Richman. "Whether they are fixing failing resorts…
British theater director Thea Sharrock will direct drama-comedy "Legacy" from Gregg Hurwitz script for Sidney Kimmel Entertainment and Double Nickel Entertainment.
MTV could be the latest net to head to the kitchen with its reality fare. A casting call has gone out for a food competition show titled “Food School” for MTV. Email states that the cabler and…
At Scripps Networks Interactive, home of cable networks like Food Network and Cooking Channel, the recipe calls for a gentler type of reality programming - and a pinch of Vanilla Ice.
From Electus, "Food Fighters" pits amateur cooks against pro chefs, with Adam Richman set to host to series.
In a 500-series reality world where TV personalities can make all the difference between success and failure, networks are always in search of those that can draw a loyal audience
IFC Midnight has picked up U.S. and U.K. rights to Alex de la Iglesia's "As Luck Would Have It," the Spanish-language pic getting its North American preem as part of the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.
"As Luck Would Have It" reps an entertaining but unsubtle satire on the moral confusions of a marketing/media-driven world. .
Here's a group of attorneys that stand above the crowd and represent the next generation of sharp legal minds in the entertainment business.
Salma Hayek and Spanish comedian Jose Mota will topline "La Chispa de la vida" (As Luck Would Have It), a satirical take on contempo society helmed by Alex de la Iglesia ("The Oxford Murders," "The…
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