Allan Arkush is an industry veteran who, after his work is done on a specific project, doesn't usually stick around. That's what makes his extended tenure at "Crossing Jordan" all the more noteworthy.
The studio environment that produces the dark, propulsive rhythms of the music for "Crossing Jordan" seems a far cry from the rock-star world Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman once inhabited -- first as…
Several years ago, Jill Hennessy could be found playing guitar and singing on the streets of Toronto. Nowadays, she whiles away many of her hours composing songs and strumming a guitar in her on-set…
HBO has ordered the series "sexLIFE," a drama about couples with intimacy issues from Gavin Polone's Pariah Entertainment. Execs ordered the pilot, about three problematic relationships, from scribe…
He's been right at the center of a procedural phenomenon, built around forensic medical technology. His resume is chockful of doctor skeins, including "Providence," "L.A. Doctors" and "Chicago Hope."
Oxygen unveiled the largest development slate in its history on Thursday, toplining first-ever drama projects from Lynda Obst, Escape Artists, Debra Martin Chase and Lionsgate TV.
CBS has finalized plans for an aggressive lineup of summer programming, including a Tuesday night sked that will be all original for much of July. Not on the Eye's summer menu is a telenovela.
Ron Lauder's Central European Media Enterprises reported a 148% hike in first-quarter revenues to $119.8 million compared with last year, but saw losses double from $7.9 million to $18.3 million.
Satellite giant DirecTV is raking in coin, drawing a $235 million profit in the first quarter after losing $41 million in the comparable period a year ago.
Spanish-language broadcaster Univision's first quarter profit jumped 21% to $54 million on robust ad sales.
While there's still more than a week left before the networks announce their new shows, space on their schedules is already getting crowded. To no one's surprise, NBC officially announced on Thursday…