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Gary Auerbach has been tapped as exec veep of development and programming for Wilshire Studios, formerly known as Comcast Entertainment Studios. He will report to Steve Dolcemaschio, prexy of the…
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This mockumentary, about helmer's fictive attempts to get a martial-arts adventure starring himself greenlit, offers just mild amusement in a biz-insider vein, with even the writer-director-star at…
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TV Guide Network has picked up the exclusive cable rights to Ashton Kutcher's "Punk'd."
Ashton Kutcher has formally signed to be represented by CAA. The multi-hyphenate's move was expected when he left Endeavor, where he'd been repped for a decade.
"Punk'd," the MTV reality show that uses hidden cameras to play pranks on celebrities, is going into TV syndication as a rerun half-hour in fall 2008.
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