Location manager John Grant found himself in some offscreen crossfire when he was working on DreamWorks' first TV endeavor, "High Incident," in 1997.
Has it really been 20 years since one of the most brilliant, sexy and funny TV shows ever went off the air? I do mean "Moonlighting," which launched the career of Bruce Willis and rescued the career…
A badly split SAG national board has removed national exec director Doug Allen as the guild's lead negotiator, according to a prominent board member.
TV Guide, the struggling magazine sold last year to private equity firm OpenGate for a $1, has mysteriously dumped the listings for youth-oriented channels the CW and MTV.
Barack Obama's inauguration team announced a huge lineup of talent -- assembled in less than two weeks -- that will perform at an opening celebration at the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday, in a kickoff…
Tom O'Horgan, a leader in New York's experimental theater scene in the 1960s who went on to direct the exuberant, often freewheeling Broadway productions of "Hair" and "Jesus Christ Superstar," died…
Darth Vader, Lara Croft and some badly behaved teenagers are all on the Writers Guild's list for the best videogame writing in 2008.
HBO has hired Diane Tryneski as senior VP of studio and broadcast operations.
The Golden Globe wins for "Slumdog Millionaire" -- already the most successful platform release of the season -- and "The Wrestler" give Fox Searchlight an enviable chokehold at the specialty box…
Singapore's Media Development Authority has appointed seven new members to its 16-person board.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has extended its distribution agreement with Starz, with the premium cabler having exclusive pay TV rights to Sony theatricals through the latter part of the next decade.