MTV’s scripted series “Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous” is being pulled after just one season. The show’s star Bo Burnham tweeted about the skein’s cancellation earlier this week: For those asking…
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Although it looks like an MTV show, “Zach Stone is Gonna Be Famous” doesn't feel like one — in good ways, which doesn't necessarily bode well for its future. A savvy takedown of the reality-TV…
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MTV has promoted Justin Levy and Clay Spencer to senior VP's of scripted programming.
Longtime 20th Century Fox TV exec Jane Francis has been upped to exec veepee at Fox 21, the studio's cable and alternative production unit.
MTV is in development with RelativityReal for a reality show based on the film "Catfish."
Twentieth Century Fox has bought a pitch for laffer "The Pool" from scribe Dan Lagana and "Blades of Glory" helming duo Will Speck and Josh Gordon.
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Internet sensation-turned-standup star Bo Burnham might be the Justin Bieber of comedy, though the comparison gives him pause.
Harry, Ron and Hermione abandon the safety of Hogwarts, and so does this dark and despairing story.
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