Jimmy Fallon has been able to persuade Bruce Springsteen to sing "Whip My Hair" and President Obama to "slow jam the news." He's the Everyfan who loves to celebrate, not skewer, pop culture. He's not…
Pursuing its expansion across the Nordics, Amsterdam-based format production-distribution powerhouse Eyeworks is stepping into Finland with the acquisition of MRP Matila Röhr’s TV production…
CBS has won another Tuesday behind its “NCIS” combo and a rising “Golden Boy,” but ABC made a bit of a splash on the night with pretty good numbers for the debut of its diving series “Splash”…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- ‘La La Land,’ ‘Arrival,’ ‘Moonlight’ Lead Critics’ Choice Movie Nominations
ABC opted to go with the title “Splash” instead of the more self-explanatory “Celebrity Diving,” perhaps because a close reading of FDA guidelines would prohibit using the term “celebrity” with this…
A Gotham flair filled the Beverly Hills air March 18 as the Tribeca Film Festival’s held its fifth-annual L.A. fete. Tribeca’s Geoff Gilmore and Frederic Boyer, as well as guests like thesps Heather…
The combination of Daylight Saving Time, repeats and an already-less-than-scintillating roster of shows produced some anemic ratings at the Big Four on Tuesday, with Fox’s return of “Hell’s Kitchen”…
CBS has dominated another Tuesday behind its powerhouse "NCIS" combo, while the net's special preview of new drama "Golden Boy" closed out the night a winner but with underwhelming scores. Another…
ABC laid out its midseason plans on Tuesday, setting March 3 as the premiere for organized-crime drama "Red Widow" while skedding Anthony Edwards thriller "Zero Hour" for Feb. 14.
ABC and Fox are about to do some synchronized swimming in the unscripted-TV pool.
Gallic commercial network TF1 has boarded "Brooklyn South," a New York-set dramedy produced by Luc Besson's EuropaCorp TV.
ABC has given a series order to an aquatic competition series from Eyeworks USA dubbed ''Celebrity Splash.''