A genially cartoonish but rather sweet comedy that remixes "Clueless," "Mean Girls" and "Pretty in Pink" from a gay male teenage p.o.v.
The CW has licensed the seminal Web original series "Prom Queen" as the first offering of its digital studio, CWD.
Essentially, this is a Disney Channel movie on a larger screen -- skipping the intermediate step that preceded "High School Musical" hitting theaters.
MySpace begins airing its first original scripted production today. "Roommates" is a faux reality series designed to mimic the success the company had with "Prom Queen."
Michael Eisner is boosting his online profile, announcing the formation of a Web studio called Vuguru. With the backing of the ex-Disney chief's investment fund, the Tornante Co., Vuguru will produce…
After a string of several successful upscale original movies, USA Network regresses with this drama produced by Sally Jessy Raphael's March Hare Entertainment. Press materials tout the TV production…
The pains of adolescence are told here from the perspectives of two high school sophomores; Sam McPherson (Carly Pope) a wannabe journalist who tries desperately to not be just another crayon in the…
Musical numbers: "The Stardust Ballroom," "Family Counsel," "Who Gave You Permission?," "The Job Application," "A Big Mistake," There's a Terrific Band," "Call Me a Fool," "Song for Dancin',"…
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