ABC is plotting a return trip to “Fantasy Island.” Variety has confirmed the net has partnered with Sony Pictures Television to develop a new version of the fantasy series, with a female lead. The…
Nine-times Emmy nominated costume designer Grady Hunt died May 5 in Hollywood. He was 91. Born on May 16, 1921 in Lone Oak, Texas, the costumer began his career — after serving in the Navy during…
Saturday night is likely to remain the loneliest night of the week on TV despite some experimenting by major nets.
Film and television actor Steve Franken, who starred in 1960s TV series "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" and memorably appeared as the drunken waiter in the Peter Sellers film "The Party," died Aug…
Sherman Hemsley, who memorably starred as the comically irascible George Jefferson on CBS' long-running sitcom "The Jeffersons," died Tuesday, apparently of natural causes, in El Paso, Texas. He was…
"Once Upon A Time" showrunners Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz have extended their overall deal with ABC Studios.
Writer-producer Stephen Lord, who penned multiple episodes of series including "Death Valley Days," "CHiPS" and "Fantasy Island" during a multi-decade career in television and also scripted several…
Yale Summers, an actor who co-starred in jungle adventure series "Daktari" before becoming heavily involved in the activities of the Screen Actors Guild by producing the guild's awards show, among…
Jerome (Jerry) Courtland, an actor who later became a producer and director in film and television, working on shows including "The Flying Nun," "The Love Boat" and "Dynasty," died of heart disease…
ABC is close to giving a pilot order to a modern version of the classic 1970s TV actioner "Charlie's Angels."
Smiles, smiles, everyone: Sony Pictures TV and Mark Burnett are partnering to turn "Fantasy Island" into a reality series.
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