Sparingly appealing as a series, "Hello Ladies" fares somewhat better as an 80-minute movie, designed (much like finales to "The Office" and "Extras") to wrap up the show. Those aforementioned…
HBO has given the ax to first-year comedies “Family Tree” and “Hello Ladies.” “Getting On,” another comedy that bowed in late November, is expected to return for a sophomore season. “Family Tree,”…
Sunday night was all about the return of “The Walking Dead” on AMC, but Showtime's “Homeland” and “Masters of Sex” held up well in the ratings. According to Nielsen, “Homeland” averaged 1.81 million…
In Chile, as in much of the world, English is becoming the lingua franca among a growing number of filmmakers, as arthouse and genre helmers alike make it the primary language in films targeted to…
Disney is making a bold move in India next year, releasing three high-profile Bollywood movies under its own label in a territory that has been notoriously tough for U.S. studios to crack.
In Italy, where economic woes are shaking up the film industry, a new generation of players with a bigger global vision is surfacing, epitomized by Ginevra Elkann.
HBO has handed a fifth season to period drama “Boardwalk Empire.” Prohibition-set drama returned for its fourth run on HBO earlier this month, and has averaged a gross audience of 7.5 million viewers…
Like an early Woody Allen character stretched through a fun-house mirror, Stephen Merchant plays a haplessly girl-obsessed, amiable loser in "Hello Ladies," an HBO series that's occasionally amusing…
Gandolfini, who passed away in June, was to star in the seven-hour series.
TIme Warner topper Jeff Bewkes pooh-poohed the notion of broadband-only distribution of traditional TV programs, suggesting that Intel Corp., Sony Corp., Microsoft Corp. and other potential players…