HBO Entertainment has made changes to its programming staff, upping Casey Bloys to senior VP of comedy and tapping former ABC exec Jocelyn Diaz for its drama team.
Fox casting chief Marcia Shulman is staying put and expanding her department in the process.
Lowell Mate is first with Second City, joining the sketch comedy institution as its entertainment president. Mate, who officially joins the company April 2, will be charged with helping the legendary…
While the broadcast webs have cut back on sitcoms, HBO announced plans Wednesday to branch into more traditional, multi-camera laffers.
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Seasoned feature producer Cary Brokaw, via his Avenue Pictures shingle, has entered into a two-year, first-look pact with HBO Films to develop and produce long-form projects for the network.
It may not matter for much longer, but “Martin” co-star Tisha Campbell is returning to the show. Earlier this year, Campbell filed a suit charging star Martin Lawrence with sexual harassment and HBO…
Imploring the MPAA ratings board to "let the people be the judge," comedian Martin Lawrence Tuesday blasted the NC-17 rating given his upcoming concert pic "You So Crazy."
Warner Bros. is the latest name to surface in the race to establish a fifth network. Insiders say the studio is exploring the feasibility of starting a new web, with a number of options still on the…
Is the cold war finally over on tv? The icy impasse between broadcast and cable networks is showing signs of a thaw. Warming the relationship – and perhaps breaking what one exec calls “the creative…
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