Internet TV startup Aereo sat on the sidelines during the monthlong blackout of CBS on Time Warner Cable instead of trying to win over disgruntled cable customers because it didn't want to build…
Warner Bros.’ choice of Ben Affleck as Batman — and its dating of its mega-franchise film for July 17, 2015 — underlines the high stakes faced by Hollywood’s studios as they scramble to secure key…
“I’m so fuckin’ into this,” enthused “Avengers” thesp Clark Gregg on getting his supporting actor statuette at the Saturn Awards June 26 in Burbank. Gregg thanked his fellow nominees “for being less…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
“Sons of Anarchy” boss Kurt Sutter has signed with WME. Sutter at present is at work on the upcoming sixth season of FX’s rowdy motorcycle club drama. He shepherded two development projects at FX…
Overall, HBO led the CCTAs with 21 nominations, followed by FX with 19
You don’t need to be a prophet to see this burgeoning trend in television. With “American Bible Challenge” breaking GSN’s ratings records, “The Bible” miniseries pulling over 10 million viewers a…
“The Moment” is a good idea, stretched rather uncomfortably and beyond its weight to fill an hour. People who abandoned careers in exciting fields — in the first two episodes, sports photography and…
USA Network is increasing its reality output with the series pickup of “Summer Camp.” Set to premiere in summer, new series sends adults back to the camp experiences of their youth where they will…
Once again, Warner Bros. is looney for more toons.
In staffing up its reality division, USA Network has hired Scott Friedman as VP of production, alternative programming.
Seeking to regain its status as the No. 1 basic cabler in the 18-49 demo, USA used its exec-free upfront to push an expansion in both drama and comedy as well as adding more reality to its mix -- and…