Hoping to stand out among the clutter, the nets have embarked on another round of viral marketing stunts to launch their fall shows.
Bravo's claim to fame is firstrun series on design, fashion and celeb-reality, but the network has carved out a lucrative Friday and Saturday for theatrical library product.
Starz has hired John Landis to put together a 60-minute docu on cross-dressing in the movies.
FremantleMedia North America has ramped up its Web programming acumen, hiring former Yahoo exec Howard Stein as senior VP of digital development.
Disney has set Miley Cyrus to star in an untitled film that is being tailor-made for the "Hannah Montana" star by author Nicholas Sparks.
"House Bunny" helmer Fred Wolf will write and direct "Divorced Guys" for Wind Dancer Films. David Spade will star.
There's a formulaic feel to this tale of a smart-aleck rich kid rebelling against his family and finding friendship with a strong-willed young woman from a different social class.
PBS talkshow host Tavis Smiley believes that it's his ability to ease guests -- many of them reclusive celebrities and high-profile political figures not easily given over to self-revelation -- into…
Sony Pictures Television Intl. TV drama "The Game" will bow on China state broadcaster CCTV8 on Sept. 22. TV skein is the first made by SPTI's Huaso, a joint venture with the China Film Group.
Playwright Tom Jacobson seems to challenge himself with each new project, from the ambitious interconnectivity of the two parts of "Ouroboros" to the giddy rewrite of famous literature in "Bunbury."
Although it did not get the coin it was seeking, Twentieth TV has scored deals with the Fox-owned TV stations in N.Y., L.A. and Chicago for reruns of the hits CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother."