The networks are hoping to pump up the primetime volume with this year's crop of drama development. Serials are mostly out, but loud, highly marketable hour-longs are in. High-concept shows, like…
Argentina's TV exports are growing in Asia and Western Europe, not just emerging markets like Mexico and Russia. Why? They are edgier and more sophisticated than the competition coming out of Brazil…
Plugged as the first Lebanese vampire movie, "The Last Man" is a curiosity item in the genre and, in more ways than one, a bloodless art film. Though it sucks a lot of weird atmosphere out of Beirut…
TV and stage actor Lee Bergere died of natural causes on Jan. 31 in Brentwood, N.H. He was 88.
Edgy but mainstream, irreverent and unrepentantly scatological, the floppy-haired, loud-suited Jonathan Ross might not be Britain's most popular TV star, but he is certainly the highest paid.
Actor Tige Andrews, who worked for 65 years on stage, screen and television and played Capt. Greer on "The Mod Squad," died Jan. 27 in Encino, Calif. He was 86.
ABC opened the February sweep with a decisive victory among young adults Thursday, with "Grey's Anatomy" and "Ugly Betty" logging their best scores since their season premieres.
Turns out the biggest winner out of Bravo's hit reality competish "Project Runway" wasn't a contestant at all. "Runway" star Tim Gunn just signed a lucrative pact to become chief creative officer of…
The biggest TV audience ever recorded in Germany for a handball match — 10.6 million viewers for a 41.3% share — watched pubcaster ZDF on Thursday evening as the hosts of the world championship…
The Lippin Group has poached exec Les Eisner from Fox's Twentieth Television to be the outfit's executive VP of international entertainment marketing.
Unscripted mogul John de Mol -- creator of "Fear Factor" and "Big Brother" -- is jumping back into the U.S. reality TV game. Producer has pacted with ABC to adapt "The Golden Cage," a sudsy skein he…