Ian Edelman and Ruben Fleischer have sold a comedy pitch about the “fear of missing out” phenomenon to Fox with a penalty. Titled “F.O.M.O.,” laffer from 20th Century Fox TV centers on the lives of…
How To Make It In America
PARIS — Matthew Cooke's docu feature “How to Make Money Selling Drugs” nabbed the audience nod at the second edition of the Champs-Elysees film festival during a Paris ceremony hosted by fest topper…
HBO is casting a wide net to lure viewers to both "Girls" and "Veep," making the premiere episodes of both comedy series available to nonsubscribers.
Emmy and fall TV fever so overwhelmed me that my participation here at On the Air was more like a hibernation. In an attempt to relight the ignition, here's a series of musings about TV today. 1) I…
Gotham's 15th annual Urbanworld Film Festival has lined up a slate that opens with the world preem of Diane Paragas and Nelson George's "Brooklyn Boheme."
"October Road" co-stars Bryan Greenberg and Laura Prepon are reteaming for the indie comedy "The Kitchen," which is currently filming in Los Angeles.
With too much original programming and too little timeslots, HBO is moving back to Monday nights.
Bright and irresistible revival of the 1961 smash "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" features a dazzling Daniel Radcliffe and a strong Broadway debut for John Larroquette.
Leading Spanish paybox Canal Plus Spain has taken exclusive rights to AMC's new conspiracy drama "Rubicon."
Viewers staying tuned to HBO on Sunday evenings after the big-budget megaseries "The Pacific" have found themselves watching a very different kind of show, "How to Make It in America" -- a…