Talent management company Merlin Elite is investing an undisclosed multi-million dollar amount to buy independent production outfit Double Jab Productions.
The TV showrunners speaking at Wednesday's Hollywood Radio and Television Society luncheon found little consensus about the pros and cons of reality programming.
Fox's live broadcasts of the 2002 and 2003 Billboard Music Awards shows contained "indecent and profane" language, and FCC regulators were justified in citing them for indecency violations, attorneys…
ABC's "Ugly Betty" is adding some star power, snagging Rebecca Romijn for a key role. Romijn has inked to be a series regular on the frosh sudser, one of the season's few new hits.
CBS is teaming with "Big Brother" exec producer Allison Grodner for a new quizzer in which adults will match wits with child geniuses for a shot at $1 million.
The Hungarian remote control, like the Danube, will be getting bluer: Budapest-based film producers and distributors have unveiled adult viewing network LUXx TV, which will made available over…
Fiction and reality clash uncomfortably in "Tsunami, the Aftermath," a beautifully performed but ultimately unsatisfying drama inspired by the horrifying events of Christmas 2004.
A "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" for the 21st century, Roschdy Zem's helming debut, "Bad Faith," tackles the problems when a Jewish woman and a Muslim-Arab man have to tell their respective folks…
Mumbai's mainstream industry struts its stuff bigtime in "Dhoom:2," a flashy, dumb masala crimer that's an entertaining follow-up to the equally dumb surprise hit of 2004.
BSkyB, Europe's leading paybox, has announced a deal with Google aimed at improving its broadband offering. Move comes as U.K. telco British Telecom this week launched its BT Vision broadband…