Comedy writers Gabe Miller and Jonathan Green (“The Office”) have set two development prospects, one at CBS, the other at NBC. The untitled CBS entry revolves around a lifestyle expert who has…
Kitty Green's fascinating documentary offers a nuanced, thoughtful portrait of the Ukrainian feminist group Femen.
“Southland” alum Jonathan Lisco has inked a two-year overall deal with AMC. Under the pact, Lisco will showrun AMC’s “Halt & Catch Fire,” which the cabler ordered to series last week. He will also…
Jonathan Winters, once described by "Tonight Show" host Jack Paar as "pound for pound, the funniest man alive" and a comedian whose freeform work with multiple voices and personalities presaged the…
Longtime Pedro Almodovar followers who have secretly been hankering for a return to the broad, transgressive comedy of his early work will be thrilled by "I'm So Excited," a hugely entertaining…
Showtime returns for seconds, and they're pretty sloppy -- a breezy but uninspired half-hour.
The passage of a group of young Christian friends from innocent lives at home to more complicated, maturing identities as they prepare to leave for college is the heart and soul of writer-director…
Composer Leonard Bernstein's works for stage and concert hall, including "West Side Story" and "Candide," are continually performed worldwide, which makes it remarkable that his one full-scale opera…
Jon Furay and James LaVigne's recently formed Gotham-based Vigorous Pictures has optioned screen rights to two books: Gayle Lynds' espionage thriller "The Last Spymaster" and the Jonathan Green…
"Family Guy" spin-off ought to fit right in with Fox's animation block.
The cost of fueling a car is truly murderous in "Blood Car," an amusing Atlanta-shot horror-comedy that topically updates Corman classics "Bucket of Blood" and "Little Shop of Horrors."