Indian giants combine forces to finance Double Negative acquisition.
After being pulled off the sales block, Hulu told the New York Times its intent was to focus on upcoming original programs, beginning with "The Awesomes." Maybe it's time for Plan C. Not that this…
Although messy and at times uneven, the one-hour series feels like a bull's-eye with the sort of premium-cable space the distributor is eager to carve out with its original efforts.
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Few series have demonstrated the unforgiving nature of the media and TV's Web-connected super-fans better than "The Killing," which drew them in with its hypnotic pace, then disappointed many with…
Netflix revival of cult comedy plays like a TV reunion - fun initially, without much to say.
As documentaries go, it's not the Inquisition. But another evening with Brooks should be more than enough to put a little springtime in any fan's step.
At first blush, “Hannibal” looks like the conceptual twin of CBS timeslot rival “Elementary,” a series that seeks to leverage a brilliant literary character to sell a moody procedural. It's also a…
As opposed to doling out unsolicited advice, it's often much easier for columnists to sit back waiting for newsmakers to lay eggs – golden or otherwise – and then scramble or praise them accordingly…
The head of the South Korean firm looking to snap up Rhythm & Hues revealed in an exclusive interview Sunday with Variety that he intends to keep the company going. David Shim is managing partner of…
Visual effects company Digital Domain Sunday night confirmed it sale to Galloping Horse America and Mumbai-based Reliance Mediaworks for $30.2 million.