First, let's consider the title: "What Would Ryan Lochte Do?" – an E! tag-along reality/sitcom hybrid about the Olympic swimmer – appears to derive its name from a "South Park" song about skater…
What Would Ryan Lochte Do?
As the big English-language TV networks contend with sliding ratings and the lack of a big freshman hit among rookie programs, predictions call for them to win smaller price hikes in this year's…
Linden was associate director of music for CBS Television Studios.
Keshet Intl., home of Homeland, has been the engine that has turned Israel into the leading exporter of TV program formats to the U.S. Now the broadcaster and production company that enjoys enviable…
Ten years after "Gangs of New York" hit theaters, the project could evolve for the smallscreen.
Controversy rules at the domestic box office this weekend, though there's no arguing the earning potential of "Gangster Squad" and "Zero Dark Thirty."
E! is moving into the foodie space while staying true to its nonfiction aesthetic, announcing new reality series "Playing With Fire" and slating the skein for April.
For many in the entertainment legal community, particularly those who have taken on the studios over profit participation, the jury's decision reinforced their ideas about Hollywood accounting.
"Sparkle" star Tika Sumpter and comedians Bryan Callen ("The Hangover") and Jay Pharoah ("Saturday Night Live") have joined the cast of Universal's action-comedy movie "Ride Along."
Forty years on, Dick Clark and ABC are still packing in television audiences on New Year's Eve -- racking up their third straight year of viewership gains.
Poiand has picked Agnieszka Holland's new film ''In Darkness'' (''W ciemnosci'') as the country's candidate for the foreign-language film Oscar race.