LONDON — Brit comedian James Corden's U.S. hit series "The Late Late Show" is set to be made available on his home turf for the first time. CBS Studios International and pan-European pay-TV giant Sky…
LONDON — Leading U.K. producer Charlie Pattinson launched his new shingle, New Pictures, Tuesday, and has tapped a stellar senior management team. Elaine Pyke joins from pay TV operator BSkyB, and…
Oxygen has handed modeling competition series “The Face” a second season. Announcement came in conjunction with MipTV, where the format is being featured. “‘The Face’ brings a unique and authentic…
"The Take" offers the simple pleasure of Tom Hardy at his brutish, glowering best.
Hulu has picked up around 40 hours of British shows from Hat Trick Intl.
The Living channel, recently acquired by U.K. paybox BSkyB from Virgin Media, is to be re-branded as Sky Living from early next year.
TV viewers in the U.K. are willing to pay a little extra to see Warner Bros.' "Fringe."
British Sky Broadcasting has inked a deal with World Wrestling Entertainment.
U.K. satcaster BSkyB's flagship web, Sky1, is going back to the future by investing in 12 silent shorts for "12 Days of Christmas."
International buyers are determined to get the best shows available, but only at a price.
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