The song of the summer — Daft Punk's “Get Lucky” — was appropriately the song of the night at Saturday's pre-Emmy party swirl. By this time, those of us on the circuit had seen one another four or…
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The Emmy Gran Prix got off with a roar on Friday evening as bizzers zig-zagged around West L.A., Beverly Hills and environs to attend a multitude of fetes celebrating this year's nominees. United…
It is a truism of the television biz that a single hit show can turn a network around. For Showtime, the dawn of "Dexter" in 2006 didn't so much turn the ship around as it charted a course for the…
NBC Entertainment chief Bob Greenblatt opened his Television Critics Assn. exec session by talking up the Peacock's “year of improvement” and unveiling four high-profile longform projects in the…
“This is the wrong night to get drunk if you want to work in TV,” said Mike O'Malley, emceeing the Taste for a Cure fundraiser for the UCLA Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation. O'Malley spoke the truth…
Showtime has renewed "Homeland," which premiered to the most viewers in the cabler's history, for a second season of 12 episodes.
Gary Levine, Showtime's exec VP of original programming, has been given a new three-year deal by the pay cabler.
Showtime has picked up new seasons of "The Big C" and "Weeds."
With Robert Greenblatt officially cleaning out his Westwood office last week and David Nevins starting Monday, Showtime was literally a network in transition during the pay cabler's Television…
With a mixture of humility and great ambition, former Imagine TV prexy David Nevins is eagerly stepping into what he calls "one of the great gigs in the television business" as he prepares to succeed…