Playwright and TV writer Mary Hanes, who penned and co-exec produced the ABC Family series "Make It or Break It," with her husband and writing partner Ken Hanes, died in Studio City on Aug. 7 after a…
Hilton heads to TV, film and books to carry her message.
Character actor Len Lesser, who played Jerry Seinfeld's irritable uncle Leo on NBC's "Seinfeld," died Wednesday, Feb. 16, in Burbank from cancer-related pneumonia. He was 88.
CBS is looking to get back into the series business with Jason Alexander. It's developing a new project with the "Seinfeld" alum.
For 10-year-old Mackenzie Foy, the road from commercial actress to vampire-human love child was a short one.
Not even healthcare reform could save Fox's "'Til Death" and ABC's "Scrubs."
"'Til Death" is very much alive. Fox has given a 22-episode order to bring back the Brad Garrett/Joely Fisher comedy next season.
Fox will get a jump on the competish in August, launching with an event-laden week of two-hour premiere episodes.
It may be an unusual year for the network biz, but web execs have spent the weekend doing what they always do in the days before upfront week: weighing skedding plans and handing out pilot pickups…
Fox's Tuesday night laffers are dusting off an old sitcom custom in a bid to remind viewers that the genre still has legs.
"'Til Death" scribes Alex Barnow and Marc Firek will be at Sony Pictures Television 'til 2009. Duo have inked an overall deal with the studio that will keep them aboard "Death" as supervising…
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