Funeral services for Robert Goulet, who died on Oct. 30 in Los Angeles
As showrunners start to flex their muscle with plans for a major rally today, sitcom and drama sets are going dark -- in some cases sooner than the nets and studios had anticipated.
Studios and stars have lost one of their most important seats when it comes to promoting a movie: The latenight couch.
Even after only 48 hours, the effects of the writers strike are tangible in the agency world, where firms are implementing plans to cut back overtime, travel and expenses.
Football was the big equalizer in the primetime ratings race last week, as overruns Saturday and Sunday lifted CBS to within a tick of ABC for the demo lead.
Still love the show. Still love Landry and Tyra. But deep into the hide-the-homicide plot of "Friday Night Lights," I’m still bumming. It’s not that showrunner Jason Katims and his crew, once they…
The potential length of the WGA walkout has created an unwritten category for TiVo owners: strike rations. Those are the shows that you programmed with a Season Pass during more optimistic times but…
Al Gore's content-craving Current has partnered with fledgling Fader Films to reach out to Gotham documakers' community, starting the initiative with Tuesday's symposium "The Future of Non-fiction…
Microsoft and Indian media and telco group Reliance Communications have agreed on a $500 million deal to deliver TV services over the Internet.
Among recurring questions asked in the build-up to the writers strike (starting with "Will there be one?," and I got that right) has been which side is "winning" the battle of public opinion.
CBS may rely on its "Big Brother" as a strike contingency. Skein, usually a summer staple, has started staffing up for an in-season run that could be on the air as soon as February, people familiar…