The Dutch viewing research organization SKO says viewers in the Netherlands in 2003 watched an average of three hours and seven minutes a day of TV, an increase of nine minutes from 2002 and 24…
The holiday season definitely had its share of revelry as benefits, legit openings, and roses brought out celebrities.
Eye has scheduled an original installment of the nation's most popular TV show for Wednesday, Jan. 14, at 8 p.m. -- directly opposite the timeslot premiere of "The Apprentice," NBC's new Mark…
MGM shares hit a 52-week high Monday as Lion-keeper Alex Yemenidjian tubthumped the studio's financial perf to Wall Streeters, and industryites eye prospects for an MGM combo with Time Warner or…
Add A&E to the list of cable networks who have sharply deviated from the brand for which they stand, and not for the better. Thinly veiled, painfully misguided "Survivor" rip-off. As clones go, it's…
Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane have reached deals to bring "The Producers," Mel Brooks' hit Broadway show, to the bigscreen for Universal Pictures.
Screenwriter Michael Alan Eddy has sued the WGA West and the producers of "The Last Samurai" over the guild's refusal to arbitrate his claim of a writing credit on the Tom Cruise film.
Toni Collette will star opposite Cameron Diaz in the Fox 2000 adaptation of the bestseller "In Her Shoes," which begins shooting next month.
HBO and Playtone are near an altared state on "Big Love," an hourlong series about a polygamist and his relationship with his three wives.
Fine Living has greenlit "Your Reality Checked," an unscripted hour that lets aspiring entrepreneurs live out their dreams of running a business, albeit in a weeklong boot camp-style setting.