As “Breaking Bad” winds down with its fifth season airing now on AMC, producers have found a new way for the show's characters to live on: the Halloween costume. Rasta Imposta has landed the…
U.K. private broadcaster ITV is pushing Simon Cowell to return to judging the Brit version of "X Factor," as part of negotiations to extend the show on the channel. The three-year contract between…
The Weinstein Co. has acquired the TV rights to bestselling nonfiction book “The Hour of Peril.” Written by Daniel Stashower, “Hour of Peril” centers on the true story of how detective Allan…
With family fare repping a growing sector of showbiz, creators of family- and faith-based entertainment gather June 21 in BevHills for the second annual Purpose: Family Entertainment and Faith Based…
Think showbiz is a tough industry to navigate these days? Try being in the better-faster-cheaper drag race that is the consumer electronics business.
Nick Meyer's Sierra/Affinity banner is diving into the fast-growing arena of internationally focused TV production and distribution.
The veteran attorney is a litigator, dealmaker and lawyer to the stars
Adult Swim is set announce a handful of new pilots at its Gotham upfront on Wednesday, including a project from "Community" creator Dan Harmon and a toon take on a popular slacker film.
New National Geographic topper Howard T. Owens is putting his executive team in place.
In tapping former ABC Entertainment exec Kevin Plunkett as senior veep of scripted programming, E! believes it has taken a significant step toward what the cabler says is its goal of premiering its…