"The Simpsons" may be living and thriving, but that doesn't mean its characters are so lucky. Executive producer Al Jean dropped some big hints on the current 25th season of "The Simpsons" in a…
The Writers Guild of America on Sunday unveiled its list of the “101 Best Written TV Series of All Time,” topped by HBO’s “The Sopranos.” The mob drama created by David Chase (pictured above right…
Content Capital Films, an investment fund started by broadcasting veterans Lindsay Gardner, Ed Wilson and Bert Ellis, has purchased the movie library of producer Stan Brooks. The purchase untangles…
A lengthy overrun from its coverage of college basketball’s March Madness lifted CBS to victory in key demos Sunday, a night that saw Fox’s “Family Guy” emerge as the top-rated broadcast series among…
On another Sunday of ho-hum numbers all around for the broadcasters, CBS edged past ABC and Fox to win the night among young adults as "60 Minutes" and "Amazing Race" led their hours.
It was mostly slow going for a pair of premiering programs on Sunday, with NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice” down sharply in demos from last year but still besting ABC’s new drama “Red Widow.” Cable was…
Stan Brooks has filed for bankruptcy protection after settlement talks broke down between the producer and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists over unpaid "Sordid Lives" residuals.
The battle between Stan Brooks and the town's unions over unpaid "Sordid Lives" residuals remains unresolved.
The battle between Stan Brooks and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists over unpaid "Sordid Lives" residuals has continued with no quick resolution in sight.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has made it official, formally rejecting a settlement offer by producer Stan Brooks to actors who worked on the TV series "Sordid Lives."
Stan Brooks has warned that he'll file for bankruptcy if members of four Hollywood unions turn down his $242,000 offer to settle alleged nonpayment of $1.6 million for "Sordid Lives: The Series."