Among the central shifts in the TV landscape is the ability to make programs profitable because a small but loyal audience will pay for them via one platform or another.
Freed at last from the show's long-running legal dramas, producers can finally get moving on potential incarnations across the country and around the globe.
Fox News Channel has long burnished slogans such as "Fair and Balanced" and "We Report, You Decide." But it may just as well have used this old chestnut: "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." For years…
After spending the past two weeks trying to turn the tide for "Pacific Rim," Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures now are bracing for what appears to be a gruesome inevitability for the $185…
In tackling the latter half of the 1960s, it turns out, "Mad Men" bit off a little bit more than the series can comfortably chew. Series creator Matthew Weiner always sounds a trifle exasperated, as…
NBC is shuffling the deck pretty aggressively in the fall, adding six new shows and changing timeslots for four of six returning scripted series. The best thing about this schedule is that there…
When the Comcast guys took over NBC, they seemed like a breath of fresh air for the beleaguered network. Industry insiders gave especially high marks to NBCUniversal's new CEO, Steve Burke — not…
Perennials in the Emmy world don't leave much room for newcomers to make an impact.
Disney already is prepping a return to Oz. Studio has commissioned a follow up to "Oz the Great and Powerful" from screenwriter Mitchell Kapner, who co-wrote the first film with David Lindsay-Abaire…
Busan unspools 300-plus films in its goal to illuminate the niche pics of Asian cinema