In an early foray into TV fiction production in Spain, TV giant FremantleMedia has teamed with country’s leading pay TV service, Telefonica’s Movistar Plus, to adapt Lisa Kudrow’s "Web Therapy," the…
Lisa Kudrow is not returning to Showtime for more “Web Therapy.” Showtime boss David Nevins confirmed that the series will not be coming back for a fifth season, telling Variety and other reporters…
Matthew Perry is reuniting with Lisa Kudrow. The “Friends” actor will guest star on two back-to-back episodes of Kudrow’s “Web Therapy.” He will play Tyler Bishop, a lawyer and pathological liar who…
A “Friends” alum is heading towards a D.C. “Scandal.” Lisa Kudrow has nabbed a recurring role on “Scandal’s” upcoming third season, ABC confirmed to Variety. Details about Kudrow’s character are not…
The creative team behind web-to-Showtime series “Web Therapy” is prepping the launch of digital series “Dropping the Soap,” with Lisa Kudrow and Jane Lynch serving as exec producers and Lynch…
In the indie world, it used to be that the most a filmmaker could hope to land from a film festival was an award, an agent or a distributor. But as producers wrap up Sundance deals and head to SXSW…
NBCU's Telemundo Intl. announced a five-year deal with Chilean web TVN to adapt the latter's telenovela formats as well as extending a global distribution deal first made in 2006.
Nothing says holiday cheer like a terrorist in a Christmas-y sweater.
Showtime is going back into "Web Therapy," ordering a new season of the digital laffer.
The Do It Yourself low-budget movie that makes a six-figure profit out of the box represents the new financing paradigm that has Hollywood talent buzzing.
As a TV critic, paying minimal attention to the growing onslaught of original Web programming might represent the difference between being mildly crazed and going completely off the deep end.