Sonic the Hedgehog is racing back to TV. Videogame publisher SEGA has turned to Bill Freiberger (“The Simpsons,” “Drawn Together”) to help re-introduce the iconic blue character to viewers through…
The drumbeat regarding the "Breaking Bad" finale has led to the inevitable speculation on whether the final chapter in this serialized gem will live up to the hype or disappoint (thank you, "Dexter,"…
Universal Pictures has restructured its home entertainment division, giving it oversight of all physical and digital sales, marketing and distribution of its film and TV shows. Studio made the move…
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Anna Faris, Allison Janney vehicle has the bones of a pretty durable TV show.
Popular movie review website Rotten Tomatoes will now also start tracking television shows. On Tuesday, the site will launch a separate "TV Zone" that includes a Tomatometer based on reviews of a TV…
TV marketing execs are devising dozens of ideas to introduce new series and convince the public not only to sample them but to stick around.
To make the most money, TV networks like NBC, ABC and CBS need viewers to watch shows the traditional way – on the good ol’ boob tube. To get TV aficionados to try new shows like freshman ABC sitcom…
The 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks is coming up — which is a good enough reason to do a lot of TV specials commemorating those events.
Among the central shifts in the TV landscape is the ability to make programs profitable because a small but loyal audience will pay for them via one platform or another.
Entertainment One has completed a co-development deal with Avi Lerner and Nu Image to develop and produce a TV series based on action film “Rambo.” Sylvester Stallone, who starred in the “Rambo” film…
Who needs to invest in a scripted spinoff when all viewers really want is to hear chatter about their favorite program on an aftershow?