Discovery Communications said net income rose slightly in the second quarter as its cable networks in the U.S and abroad continued to generate more revenue from advertising and distribution. Even so…
Surviving the In-Laws
Leave it to TLC. The channel has managed to produce a first "loosely scripted" series that not only doesn't credit writers but looks every bit as inexpensive — and feels even less scripted — than…
Oprah Winfrey’s cabler OWN has lined up a docuseries featuring football and baseball vet Deion Sanders, it was announced today. Dubbed “It’s Prime’s Time,” show will explore Sanders’ life as he…
National Geographic Channel has lined up its next live daredevil stunt, this time involving skyscrapers. “Live Climb with Alex Honnold” will air this fall and feature rock climber Honnold as he…
TLC pulled its biggest Sunday primetime aud since December over the weekend, with the premieres of reality programs “Sister Wives” and “Breaking Amish: LA.” The season four bow of “Sister Wives”…
It seemed like only a matter of time before TLC moved into the scripted space, as several other nonfiction cablers have done within the last year. “Surviving the In-Laws,” a two-part series from MAK…
Rentrak has signed an agreement with Asian research firm Majestic Market Research to collect Indian box office grosses.
Jacobson creates a brand around her clients that not only extend their careers, but their bottom lines.
Colombia's Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has entered helmer Carlos Moreno's drug crime thriller "El Cartel de los sapos" (The Cartel of Snitches) in the foreign Oscar race.
The FBI has arrested an aspiring actor in connection with an extortion plot that allegedly included a plan to squeeze a large sum of money out of Harvey Weinstein.
Indie stalwart Mark Webber ("Scott Pilgrim vs. the World") is in talks to star in "Angry Little God," a psychological thriller from director Daniel Stamm ("The Last Exorcism") that Dimension Films…