As if overseeing the development of a booming metropolis isn't enough, Dubai ruler Sheik Mohammed is trying his hand at another skill: scriptwriting.
A child of new media is spreading his gossipy wings into the oldest of broadcast media. Yes, Perez Hilton has inked a radio syndication deal, with ABC Radio Networks and C Student Entertainment…
"The biggest joke about ITV's comedy is that there isn't any," a former program topper at Blighty's commercial network wryly confessed a few years back. That is not true today, although most critics…
Nearly 15 years ago, a then-unknown Paul Haggis created "Due South," a quirky hourlong comedy that was also unusual for what it was not: a U.S. production.
In an angry post-strike blast, the WGA has publicly identified 28 writers -- most of them working on soap operas -- who resigned from the guild during the work stoppage by filing for financial core…
One week before the start of the May sweep, NBC's "The Office" stood as Thursday's top-rated program among young adults, lifting the net to a demo victory on the night. CBS, with two hours of…
Hey, something actually snuck onto the History Channel that's actually interesting and about history -- a connection the channel often struggles to achieve. In this case, it's an intriguing look at…
Patrick Binet, head of TF1 Intl., was placed under formal investigation Saturday following the death of a senior political aide at Binet's apartment Wednesday evening, according to French media.
Spanish commercial broadcaster Antena 3 has acquired CBS comedy "The Big Bang Theory," one of the better performing U.S. newbies this season, from Warner Bros. Intl. TV.
Lee Byung-hun, one of the few Korean actors to be repped by a U.S. talent agency, Endeavor, will co-produce and star in one of the most expensive Korean TV series to date.
Defying the conventional wisdom in TV land these days, the CW has decided to hype the upcoming return of "Gossip Girl' by opting not to stream episodes of the show on the Web.