Off-lot feature production activity in Hollywood remained moderate in December, while TV shoots fell off their record-setting pace during the month, according to figures released Wednesday.
After suffering through the fall season from hell, webheads are resolving to woo viewers back by giving them a major dose of reality.
HBO nabbed a record 109 noms at the Emmys, with "Six Feet Under" tallying a program-high 16. "Sex and the City" and "The Sopranos" each scored 13 noms while "Curb Your Enthusiasm" racked up 10.
Net's comedies on Monday, bolstered by the addition of "Eve" in the 8:30 slot, are working very well, averaging an 8 share in women 18-34 and on par with its solid year-ago perf on the night.
The Fab Five made over New York area's helpless heteros and in doing so made Bravo the story of 2003. "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" nabbed front-page stories and magazine covers for the cabler…
Net has added three solid pieces to its sked in "Joan of Arcadia," "Two and a Half Men" and "Cold Case," while military crime drama "Navy NCIS" has also performed well.
Sweet, sweet baseball. America's pastime gave Fox some extraordinary numbers in October, which is why, technically, the network is up year-to-year among adults 18-49.
Moving "Angel" to Wednesday night has turned out to be one of the best scheduling moves of the season by any net. Skein is one of the few shows on network TV actually to gain young male viewers in…
The Alphabet web opted to play it safe, sticking with its roster of family comedies and letting the shows slowly build.
Viva "Las Vegas" -- the Monday sudser emerged as the season's most-watched new drama in young adults and proved to be a good partner with "Fear Factor."
Though people bought fewer tickets to movie theaters last year and spent less money at the box office, they greatly increased their spending on DVDs, and the emergence of TV series and miniseries on…
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