ABC has ordered the pilot ''Last Resort'' from writers Shawn Ryan and Karl Gajdusek.
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In its 37th year, the Deauville American Film Festival is building up its professional presence with a second spotlight on U.S. TV drama and the creation of a mini-mart called the Film Corner.
Sam Levinson's "Another Happy Day," Tony Kaye's "Detachment" and Liza Johnson's "Return" are among the 14 competition pics unveiled by the 37th Deauville American Film Festival on Tuesday.
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Perhaps the best way for the critically acclaimed FX drama "Lights Out" to grab some Emmy love would be to put it in the miniseries category.
Shawn Ryan is leaving his longtime home at 20th Century Fox for a new deal at Sony Pictures Television.
It's that time of year when TV creatives tend to shy away from making on offer on a house, maxing out the credit card or planning an extravagant summer vacation.
Watch Hugh Laurie roam the hallways of Princeton Plainsboro Hospital, and the name "House" immediately comes to mind.
Fox's "House" got a post-Super Bowl bounce on Monday, but "The Chicago Code" fumbled away and settled for ho-hum premiere results. CBS, boosted by "Two and a Half Men" and "How I Met Your Mother,"…
Fox's "The Chicago Code," the Shawn Ryan cop drama formerly known as "Ride-Along," will bow Monday, Feb. 7 at 9 p.m., the night after Fox airs the Super Bowl.