Children's cable programmers are playing a losing game of arbitrage by cutting deals with Netflix. That's according to an analysis of ratings for Turner Broadcasting System's Cartoon Network by…
National Video Game Syndicate
Although the obvious comparison is to CW's short-lived cheerleader drama "Hellcats," "Hit the Floor" — a terrible title for VH1's soap about, to cut to the chase, the Laker Girls — bears a closer…
The French gaming biz may look to some like one of the world's hot spots: booming heavyweight shingle Ubisoft calls the country home, and the Gallic education system ensures a deep talent pool. But…
MGM will be a step closer Friday to its dream of becoming a major studio once again, when the company closes a $650 million refinancing that will help the Lion fund ventures in new media and more of…
In an attempt to cut their costs for syndicated programming, TV station groups have been experimenting with homegrown fare that they roll out slowly in a few markets before making a larger commitment.
In one of the largest entertainment refinancings in recent years, Lionsgate Entertainment is prepping to restructure up to $750 million in corporate debt, allowing the company to lower the interest…
Nominations include best horror movie trailer, trashiest trailer, best comedy poster, more. . .
ABC slotted most of the puzzle pieces of its 2012-13 schedule on Friday, giving greenlights to eight new series and settling the fate of numerous bubble series including "Scandal,"and "Don't Trust…
In a sign of renewed confidence in MGM, a number of banks have signed on to the Lion's plan to refinance the $500 million in debt it took on after emerging from bankruptcy in 2010.
"Forrest Gump," Disney's "Bambi," "Norma Rae," "The Silence of the Lambs," "War of the Worlds" and Charlie Chaplin's first full-length pic, "The Kid," are among 25 movies selected by the Library of…
A cavalcade of intergalactic speed demons enter a deadly car race in the full-throttle Japanese anime "Redline."