TNT is partnering with the U.K.’s Channel 4 for comedic drama “Foreign Bodies,” the networks announced Wednesday. The eight-episode series centers around a group of young adults who venture across…
PARIS — Danish producer Thomas Gammeltoft has come on board to take the helm of the Copenhagen Film Fund, starting on Sept. 1. Gammeltoft, whose production credits include such pics as "Shake It All…
Five years ago, well-heeled U.K. webs regularly outbid one another to secure firstrun exclusive rights to the latest zeitgeist show from the U.S.
Channel 4 has been a springboard to movies for some of the biggest names of British comedy, but nothing has leapt so high, so fast and so unexpectedly as "The Inbetweeners."
Lebanese helmer Nadine Labaki is set to helm the dramedy "Where Do We Go Now?," a follow-up to her critically acclaimed feature debut "Caramel."
Channel 4, the U.K. hybrid pubcaster, has announced a radical new structure for its creative team.
U.S. musical comedy "Glee" looks on course to be a strong performer in the U.K. following its debut on digital web E4 on Monday.
Channel 4's commercial arm 4 Ventures announced Tuesday that is shedding 45 jobs as part of CEO Mark Thompson's major overhaul of the financially challenged broadcaster, bringing the total number of…
Channel 4's new chief exec Mark Thompson has unveiled a manifesto for "radical change" at the web, including staff cuts and a boost in program investment.
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