A federal appellate court said that the disclosure of a police informant’s identity on the History channel documentary series “Gangland” is protected free speech, but that the informant still had…
“Duck Dynasty“s duck call pierced the airwaves yet again, attracting 9.6 million viewers Wednesday night. A&E’s reality hit premiered to a record-breaking 11.8 million two weeks ago, drawing the…
Sion Sono trawls sub-Tarantino B-movie-pastiche territory with this tedious, over-the-top gorefest.
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A&E, the network that’s scoring big this summer with the comedic shenanigans of “Duck Dynasty,” also has a good story to tell in drama. The Wyoming-set crime drama “Longmire” wrapped its second year…
A&E’s attempt to use megahit “Duck Dynasty” as a launching pad yielded so-so results Wednesday with the series premiere of “Modern Dads.” The show, which follows the exploits of four stay-at-home…
History has greenlit its next miniseries effort, offering a four-episode order to “Houdini,” with Adrien Brody attached to star. Scripted program traces the arc of Houdini’s life from desperate…
Four programming execs have earned promotions at A+E Networks cablers as part of the exec realignment that followed the promotion of Nancy Dubuc to the corporate CEO post in April. Elaine Frontain…
ABC announced Thursday that two stars from A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” would make their “acting debut” on the sitcom “Last Man Standing” in September, which only goes to demonstrate that whoever wrote the…
One week after “Bates Motel” wrapped its successful frosh season, A&E brought back “The Glades” and “Longmire” to solid numbers Monday night. Nielsen estimates that the fourth-season premiere of “The…
The ostensibly separate worlds of street crime and standup comedy intertwine in Hiroshi Shinagawa's engaging sophomore effort, "Slapstick Brothers."
Powerhouse pre-sell of gangland tale alone assures box-office. Two strong performances, good production values. Must open big and mop-up. With several million hardcover and paperback books acting as…