Teresa Giudice, 41, and her husband Giuseppe "Joe" Giudice, 43, stars of the Real Housewives of New Jersey were indicted Monday on federal fraud charges.
Peter Johnson, former head of TV at McG’s Wonderland Sound + Vision, is in talks to join Legendary’s nascent TV division. Sources indicate that Legendary is eyeing Johnson for a development post…
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Richard Nanula has taken a leave of absence from Colony Capital, a spokesperson for the company confirmed. Nanula’s unexpected departure comes nearly two weeks after photos surfaced on TheDirty.com…
Turner Broadcasting execs will talk up cable's gains over the broadcast nets and efforts to court viewers on multiple screens at its upfront presentation at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
Two months after he was bounced out of Hearst Corp. amid a sexting scandal, Scott Sassa has surfaced in a new role as vice chairman of Robert Rodriguez’s nascent cable channel. With Sassa on board…
Like a lot of female comics, Amy Schumer seeks to distinguish herself in part by proving she can be just as filthy as the boys, and other than genitalia, there's not much to differentiate “Inside Amy…
Scott Sassa, the Hearst Entertainment and Syndication president who abruptly left in March amid reports of an alleged sexting scandal, is featured several times within "Citizen Hearst," an upcoming…
Showbizzers were shaking their heads and snickering Thursday morning as word of Scott Sassa's hasty exit from Hearst Entertainment spread among his friends and associates.
A slender, 75-minute glimpse into the life of a high-school English teacher having an affair with one of her students that leaves audiences none the wiser for having seen it.
"Girls" is that odd duck that shouldn't be missed, and at times, can barely be watched.
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