Almost three years after the announcement that Matteo Garrone's gritty Mafia film "Gomorrah" would become a TV series, cameras are rolling, marking the boldest programming effort yet from Rupert…
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Nev Schulman starred in 2010 doc "Catfish," which codified a whole movement on the Internet, spawned controversy and led to hit MTV series "Catfish."
For unscripted TV producers, manipulation — and even downright staging of events — is the new normal.
A piece of CBS history from the 1970s has returned home after a posthumous donation by its creator, Vincent Ashbahian.
Jean Stapleton, who won three Emmys and charmed audiences as the “dingbat” Edith Bunker on the groundbreaking TV show “All in the Family,” died Friday in New York of natural causes. She was 90…
With its “Hunger Games” franchise leading the way, Lionsgate has sold more than $250 million in territorial rights to nine titles at Cannes. The slate was led by the two “Mockingjay” titles, which…
Before there was Napster or BitTorrent, the cable industry served as the original revolutionaries.
Jeanne Cooper, the soap opera star best known for her role on "The Young and the Restless," died from an undisclosed illness Wednesday morning. She was 84.
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"Amish Grace," "Hamlet," "Endgame" and "A Dog Named Christmas" could all get a little Emmy love this year.