Despite the odd amusing moments and an appealing cast, Andy Samberg vehicle "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" demonstrates the difference between a "Saturday Night Live" digital short and an actual pilot, much…
After a disappointing B.O. opening for “Mortal Instruments: City of Bones,” Constantin Films has delayed the production of the next installment “Mortal Instruments: City of Ashes.” Principal…
“Who Do You Think You Are?” was given a second chance by TLC after NBC cancelled the series last year, and now it looks like the unscripted family history program has become a new mainstay on cable…
During a panel discussion earlier this week previewing the new TV season, I worried, in regard to journalism, that “the metabolism of the Web is making us stupid.” Aaron Sorkin is equally concerned…
NBCUniversal prexy of ad sales Linda Yaccarino's success this upfront is critical to NBCU parent Comcast, which needs her to move approximately $9 billion worth of ad inventory to drive growth.
Much less transfixing than its predecessor, this sequel takes far too long getting to its slender amusements.
CAA is working with boutique investment bank LionTree Advisors and UBS on a possible bid for powerhouse sports agency IMG Worldwide, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the matter.
ROME -- One year after launching in the U.S., Italy's RaroVideo is expanding its wide-ranging offerings, which span from horrormeister Mario Bava to Bernardo Bertolucci, and venturing from homevid…
Michael Wright, the network architect behind TNT's top-rated series "The Closer" and "Rizzoli and Isles," as well as the driving force behind TBS' acquisition of "The Big Bang Theory," has been…
Local weekly offlot production declined 26% last week, mostly due to TV pilot season shooting starting later this year.
TNT has given a pilot order to "L.A. Noir," a drama based on the book by John Buntin.