Longtime TV exec Garth Ancier is going retro with a new cable networks venture, and he's brought industry veterans Diane Robina, Alan Goodman and Michael Ross along for the trip.
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The NCAA men's basketball Final Four, including the championship game, will be migrating to TBS, a continued sign of the narrowing gap between broadcast and cable.
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Spotlighting a quartet of furiously committed performances, and burnished by vivid, atmospheric lensing, Joshua Sanchez's "Four" assembles a strikingly impressive facade, though its source material…
Bohdan Slama, the great hope among the Czech Republic's latest generation of helmers, kicks off the year with "Four Suns," a quiet, personal tale that seems less likely to ignite international…
In a major sign of confidence in his upcoming supervillain pic "Chronicle," helmer Josh Trank has emerged as the frontrunner to direct 20th Century Fox's reboot of Marvel's "Fantastic Four" franchise.
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