The Sundance Channel has scooped up a batch of titles from its namesake festival.
Horror pic "Catacombs" will get its U.S. premiere on Fearnet, the video-on-demand movie service jointly owned by Comcast, Sony Pictures TV and Lionsgate.
Sabrina Wind has inked a deal that ups her to exec producer of "Desperate Housewives."
James Purefoy ("Rome") and Judy Davis will topline "Diamonds," a $15 million miniseries just greenlit by Alchemy Television Group.
Local mega-drama "The Four Guardian Gods of the King," featuring Korean Wave star Bae Yong-joon, had an auspicious start Tuesday night with more than 20% of viewers tuning in.
NBC is resurrecting "Blue Blood," the Brett Ratner-Neil Tolkin police drama that had been set up at Fox last year.
Rubberneckers to Britney Spears VMA performance Sunday night helped account for a record amount of traffic to the net's site, MTV said Tuesday.
The Evening Before is aiming to raise $2 million in its inaugural go-around Saturday.
Filmmakers and studio heads often talk about the fear and anxiety that occur when opening weekend arrives.
As audiences grow more savvy about online marketing techniques, television networks are still figuring out how to make meaningful impressions.
ABC is taking the most big shots this fall -- including, coincidentally, a show called "Big Shots" -- premiering more new shows than anyone, including an entirely new Wednesday lineup.
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