Television is tricky these days: Producing programs is more expensive than ever, and with so many ways to watch, drawing a big audience is challenging. Yet when they do make their choices, viewers…
The Big C Ratings
Sony Corp. may insist its studio division isn't for sale, but one Wall Street analyst isn't buying it.
Lifetime's post-Thanksgiving telecast, starring Lindsay Lohan as Elizabeth Taylor, is just hammy enough to generate numbers rivaling the hordes of paparazzi that dogged the not-always-happy couple.
Fox sees nothing funny about Alki David's irreverently titled Barrydriller.com, which streams broadcast TV to an array of digital services, like Aereo, in which Barry Diller is a lead investor.
The opening night of action from the London Games performed nicely for NBC, coming in well ahead of the comparable night four years ago.
Warner Bros. has orchestrated another blockbuster off-network sitcom sale, setting a new record price for its pact with TBS for "2 Broke Girls."
Hi, I'm Abed Nadir, a film major at Greendale Community College. The editors of this paper have asked me to share my 2011 Best Comedy Emmy pick, I'm assuming as part of some diversity program.
Jenny Bicks was confident that cancer could be funny.
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Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures