The British are coming. And this year they are coming in droves to the Toronto Film Festival.
British broadcaster David Frost, who was best known for a series of interviews with former President Richard Nixon, has died. Frost, who was 74, died of a heart attack on Aug. 31 while on board the…
BSkyB has banked on soccer to draw subscribers almost since its inception, maintaining a stranglehold on Premier League matches by virtue of its willingness to pay ever-increasing sums for rights.
Werewolves, vampires and freak aquatic natural disasters brought down the house at the Young Hollywood Awards Aug. 1, which honored zitcom stars and pop sensations like Selena Gomez, Dave Franco…
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has announced it is adding a sixth nomination in the Outstanding British Film category to its Film Awards in 2014. Five of the nominations will be…
News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch has agreed to reappear before British Parliament over a recently leaked recording, the media conglom announced Tuesday. The committee invited Murdoch to clarify his…
NBC News confirmed Monday that former British TV-news executive Deborah Turness would be the unit's new president, capping several weeks of speculation over who would replace Steve Capus in the role.
British actor Frank Thornton — best known as Captain Peacock in the long-running television comedy “Are You Being Served?” —died in his sleep March 16 in London. He was 92. The actor is best…
OK, let’s face it: Journalists can’t resist writing about “The Walking Dead” right now, because anything with that big an audience — and that avid kind of genre following — is going to generate…
Denis Forman, a TV exec who fostered some of Blighty's most innovative and succesful skeins such as "The Jewel in the Crown" and "7 Up," died February 24 in a London nursing home. He was 95. The TV…