HONG KONG – BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of venerable U.K. pubcaster British Broadcasting Corporation, is enjoying new success as a producer in India. After getting the Indian version “Dancing…
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Facebook’s vast trove of user data is making its way to Hollywood — and it’s hitting the dance floor first. The social media giant has lined up its first-ever entertainment partnership with ABC’s…
Leah Remini, who has been making headlines this summer for her acrimonious split with Scientology, headlines the cast for upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars.” The lineup for the 17th season…
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NBCUniversal is trying to widen the audience for its flagship property "Sunday Night Football" with a series of promos that burnish the pigskin showcase among not only sports fans but also…
After being cancelled by NBC a year ago, “Who Do You Think You Are” is finding life again on TLC. The cabler has ordered eight hourlong episodes of the family history reality skein and will begin…
When Andy Dick zip-lines into a dance number dressed like a matador, or a bunch of professional dancers seem to be on the 3D surface of another planet, audiences assume it's just another week for…
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…
While most marketing campaigns for consumer brands get refreshed every couple years, the Mandarin Oriental luxury hotel chain isn't looking to turn its back on its celebrity fans anytime soon.
BBC Worldwide and Italo pubcaster RAI are suing Mediaset, Endemol and Mexican multimedia conglomerate Televisa for copyright infringement in Italy, claiming that upcoming Mediaset show "Baila!" is an…
As NBC recruited coaches for its new singing competition reality show, "The Voice," exec veep of alternative programming Paul Telegdy aimed high.
There's a wave of '80s talent back on television this fall. It's just that many of them are playing themselves, rather depressingly, in reality TV shows.