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."
Joseph Stein and Stan Daniels' "Enter Laughing" is the 32-year-old musicalization of Stein's 45-year-old comedy adaptation of Carl Reiner's 50-year-old memoir.
As it looks to revamp its longform brand, Lifetime has hired former ICM packaging agent Tanya Lopez to head up its original movies department.
Stan Daniels, who won Emmys as co-creator and executive producer of "Taxi," and writer-producer of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," died April 6 of heart failure in Encino, Calif. He was 72.
On the eve of the NBC Universal merger, general entertainment cabler USA has unveiled an ambitious development slate of original scripted series and longform projects.
ABC has pacted with producer Stan Brooks to develop a four-hour miniseries about the decades-long quest to capture Gary Leon Ridgway, Washington state's notorious Green River killer.
A&E Network is developing a two-hour telefilm about Bette Davis to be penned by Pulitzer, Tony and Oscar winner Alfred Uhry ("Driving Miss Daisy").
After wrenching roles in "Lovers on the Bridge" and "The English Patient," Juliette Binoche is certainly proud of the natural ease that her character, the chocolate purveyor and charming heroine of…