Fox Broadcasting has tapped Marcia Shulman to serve as exec VP of casting for the network, replacing longtime casting chief Bob Harbin.
Studios are getting a jump on firstrun syndication development for 2002 -- in stark contrast to last summer, when the process was widely considered slow and slim for potential 2001 debutantes.
Continuing its giddy goose step into the showbiz history books, "The Producers" hauled home a record-setting 12 prizes at the 55th annual Tony Awards Sunday night.
In an unusual move, HBO has ordered a second season of upcoming series "Six Feet Under" before its first season has even premiered on the pay TV cable network.
Fox will premiere two series, double-pump "Titus" and bow original episodes of laffer "Family Guy" as part of a new summer schedule set to unroll in July.
The Playboy Foundation and Playboy TV Intl. presented the first Freedom of Expression Award to a work produced outside the U.S. at the Brazilian Film Festival of Miami.
CBS, boosted in primetime during May sweeps by "Survivor," enjoyed success in other dayparts as well. Although NBC remains the clear leader in early morning and latenight, the Eye made significant…
News Corp.-owned satcaster Star kicked off a co-production last week that it hopes will unlock the pan-Asian market.
Columbia TriStar Intl. Television and Television Nacional of Chile have agreed to their first co-production, "Bienvenidos a la Realidad," a made-for-TV movie to be shown in Chile.
Music fans have a choice these days: They can pay top dollar to see their favorite performers -- from Ricky Martin to Whitney Houston to Shania Twain -- in stadiums or arenas. Or they can sit home…
Unfortunately, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences voters find youth angst inferior to more grown-up problems. With the exception of last year's writing nom for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"…
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