Filmmaker Baltasar Kormakur, whose "2 Guns" has grossed $91 million worldwide since its Aug. 2 opening, is moving into TV. He has retooled and expanded his 13-year-old Blueeyes Prods., based in his…
Hat Trick Prods.
In the run-up to Mipcom, Endemol Studios, the L.A.-based scripted studio of Endemol North America, has come on board to produce an English-language adaptation of Canal Plus' hit crime thriller…
Hat Trick International, which distributes programs such as "Have I Got News for You" and "Outnumbered," has inked a distribution output deal with Blighty's Outline Productions. Deal will see Hat…
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After the rebooted version of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” secured solid ratings for the net, the CW has invested in a second season of the improv comedy show, ordering 24 new halfhour episodes. "It's…
LONDON — U.K. pubcaster the BBC ruled over the BAFTA TV awards in London Sunday, winning in 15 of the 23 major categories. “The Hollow Crown,” a series of Shakespeare adaptations produced by Sam…
The CW is fulfilling its pledge to provide more year-round programming, announcing Monday the premiere dates for four series to debut in July, including the return of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” The…
Hat Trick Intl. has secured distribution rights to dramedy "Nixon's the One," a five-episode skein starring U.S. satirist Harry Shearer as the late U.S. president.
The CW has ordered 10 halfhour episodes of the one-time ABC program, slating it for a summer debut.
DRAMA [WINNER] “Argo” – Warner Bros., GK Films, Smokehouse Pictures; Warner Bros. “Django Unchained” – The Weinstein Co., Columbia Pictures; The Weinstein Co./Sony Pictures Releasing “Life of Pi” –…
New British reality TV producers 12 Yard Prods., a joint venture between Hat Trick Prods. ("Whose Line Is It Anyway?") and former BBC exec David Young, has set its sights on this side of the pond.