India's Hindi-language general entertainment channel Star Plus has acquired remake rights to hit sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond".
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UPDATED: Sawyer Sweeten, an actor best known for his role as one of the young twins on hit sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” died of a suicide on Thursday, his manager Dino May confirmed. He was 19.…
The hit sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" will be recognized by the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame as the 2014 television inductee. The CBS series will be honored at the Television Luncheon on April 7…
First Lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to raise money for the Democratic National Committee on Oct. 11 at the Hancock Park home of “Everybody Loves Raymond” creator Phil Rosenthal and his wife…
"Everybody Loves Raymond" creator Phil Rosenthal credits his success to an arts education that spanned elementary school to college. He now dedicates his time to making sure that all kids have the…
NBC is taking the unusual step of switching halfhour laffer "Up All Night" from a single-camera format to multicam in the middle of the season.
Alan Kirschenbaum was a comedy writer's writer. He grew up steeped in the Borscht Belt tradition, thanks to his father, Catskills favorite Freddie Roman. Throughout his 30-year career as a TV scribe…
At "The Middle," they call her "Cup-a-Soup." "Because she's so instantly funny," says show co-creator/executive producer Eileen Heisler. "She absolutely always knows where the funny is."
A lot of funny/ha-ha things happened during the nine-season run of "Everybody Loves Raymond," but a funny/unusual thing did too: Faced with a show that might become a hit, series creator Phil…
"Exporting Raymond" chronicles the bumpy road by which long-running U.S. sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" launched its Russian edition.
In broadcast syndication, a versatile sitcom that can deliver consistent ratings and solid male audience composition is indeed king. Garnering a 3.3 average audience rating in its fourth syndie…