CANNES -- Shows such as "Downton Abbey," "Strictly Come Dancing" (known as "Dancing With the Stars" in the U.S.) and "Sherlock" are helping to drive a boom in U.K. TV exports.
A sobering but somehow upbeat examination of the looming catastrophic global water shortage.
TLC's "Four Weddings" has drawn a second-season renewal.
"Five Centimeters Per Second" refers to the rate at which a cherry blossom drifts to earth, and time forms the subject and substance of Makoto Shinkai's animated feature, in which events are measured…
Chris Hemsworth and Clifton Collins Jr. have joined the cast of Paramount Pictures and J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek."
Distraction Formats, one of the leading television format distributors in Europe and Canada, has signed with William Morris Agency to rep several of its formats in the U.S.
Actress Claire Trevor, who memorably carved a niche as the hard-bitten gal with a heart of gold in such films as "Dead End," "Stagecoach" and "Key Largo," for which she won a supporting actress…
The War Game was originally made by BBC-TV for showing on TV, but corporation brass had second thoughts after it had been completed, decided it was unsuitable for mass audiences, and ordered it to be…