Steven Bochco’s back on homicide beat. TNT has ordered 10 episodes of “Murder in the First” from the “NYPD Blue” and “L.A. Law” co-creator, which is being produced by TNT Originals. Set in San…
Three Time Warner Cable customers in Southern California have filed a class-action lawsuit against the cable company over the blackout of CBS, Showtime, The Movie Channel and KCAL — now in its 13th…
With increasing criticism of a newly passed law in Russia that criminalizes so-called gay “propaganda,” observers say NBC will have to address the issue in some fashion as it broadcasts the Winter…
Sen. John McCain’s proposed legislation to force cable operators to offer channels a la carte gained new co-sponsor on Tuesday, as Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) announced that he would back the…
Dennis Farina, a former Chicago cop who as a popular actor played a cop on “Law & Order” and elsewhere, has died. Lori De Waal, his representative, says Farina died Monday morning in a Scottsdale…
Crystal Nix-Hines, a Los Angeles attorney and former writer on “Alias” and “The Practice,” is being nominated to a State Department post as a representative to the United Nations Educational…
Helmer Tricia Thorns' beautifully judged, immaculately acted revival isn't just theatrical archeology, it's a treat.
Attorney Marty Singer reps talent rather than the majors
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Manatt, Phelps & Phillips said Thursday that entertainment attorneys Gunnar Erickson and Bradley Small will join the Los Angeles law firm's film and TV practice next week.
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