Sony and CBS Par are bulking up the writing team for "Rules of Engagement," inking a two-year deal to bring "Seinfeld" scribe Carol Leifer aboard the Adam Sandler-produced Eye laffer.
More changes are afoot at NBC, with studio drama chief Laura Lancaster looking to ankle. Lancaster, who's been senior VP of drama and cable programming at NBC U Television Studio since January 2006…
UTA partner Peter Benedek made the HBO deal that launched client David Chase's signature series, and he got to leave a small mark onscreen by appearing in the penultimate episode of "The Sopranos."
Gay-themed programming from the Here cable network becomes available by monthly subscription to digital customers of Time Warner Cable of Southern California on July 1.
Actor and sound effects artist Ray Erlenborn, who was the voice of "Winnie the Pooh's" Rabbit, died June 4 in West Hills, Calif. due to complications of a bacterial infection.
In the old days of TV, it was easy to tell heroes and villains apart: The hero was wearing a white hat, the villain a black one. But as television has become more dramatically complex, so has the…
What are indecisive Emmy voters supposed to do when their favorite show bubbles over with talented series regulars? Actors in ensemble series dominate the tube these days, from drama ("Friday Night…
The time it takes to reach TV leading-man status can be an instant for some, a lifetime for others. Longtime Brit thesp Hugh Laurie was a relatively unknown actor in the U.S. before "House"…
James Woods says he has known CBS honcho Leslie Moonves "since I was 20 years old. He was in an acting class with my then-girlfriend." Woods recently turned 60.
Kyle Chandler doesn't need an S on his chest to feel the locomotive chugging inside him every time he addresses his young football charges on NBC's "Friday Night Lights."
To play the king: That was the challenge facing Dublin-born Jonathan Rhys Meyers, an actor best known for playing creeps and sociopaths, including most memorably recently the heartless social climber…