It's gotta be the hair. Next week, the cast of the summer's reality sensation "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" will give Peacock latenight host Jay Leno a once-over.
Channel 4 Intl., the distrib arm of U.K. web Channel 4, has sold more than 30 hours of programming to U.S. broadcasters including HBO, the Sundance Channel and Discovery Health.
For the second year in a row, the National Football League will kick off its season with a splashy live primetime special featuring big-name recording artists performing in famous outdoor tourist…
IFP/Los Angeles is inviting entries in 14 categories for the 19th annual Independent Spirit Awards, to be presented Feb. 28 in Santa Monica. IFP shares the February weekend with the Oscars.
The Fox network has picked up "TV's Naughtiest Blunders From Around the World" from the U.K.'s Carlton Entertainment for broadcast in the fourth quarter.
With much of Madison Avenue on vacation during the post-upfront August doldrums, investors and economic pundits are left trying to read the tea leaves of second-quarter earnings statements from a…
Showtime has picked up "A Time for Dancing," the first feature from L.A. based East of Doheny Prods.
AFMA has announced the formation of the AFMA Foundation, a nonprofit org created to coordinate worldwide educational and charitable activities and to strengthen the indie film and TV industries…
India's highest court dismissed a petition on Monday filed by bestselling author Barbara Taylor Bradford to stop the broadcast of a 600 million rupee ($13 million) series, "Karishma -- The Miracles…
The Australian Broadcasting Corp. has made good its threat to cut services after failing to persuade the government to provide extra funds.