London Eye: The U.K. is bracing for a slump in film production but gearing up for a boom in script development.
Dutch media mogul John de Mol's latest stock-buying frenzy has triggered much speculation about what the Endemol cofounder is playing at. The answer, it seems, is soccer.
The Big Six are getting ready to unleash a slew of skeins designed to scare the hell out of viewers.
A lot has changed since the last time Dick Clark spent New Year's Eve at home. When Clark launched his "New Year's Rockin' Eve" franchise in 1972, Guy Lombardo was still ushering in the New Year with…
When Craig Ferguson, the newly appointed host of CBS' "The Late Late Show" met with the staff of the show, he gave the writers a reassuring message: "No one is getting fired today."
Canada's broadcast regulator has begun an internal overhaul after complaints from industry players that it has become ponderous and inefficient.
Eurotrack: I never imagined that Mick Jagger, Kate Moss and I would all be doing the same thing in the wee hours here in London, but by their own published admissions we all share the same nocturnal…
Who exactly are the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.? The 91 foreign journalists who make up the HFPA -- 83 of whom vote on the Golden Globes -- are ubiquitous this time of year. They…
"Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" have scored a resounding victory for fresh, high-concept dramas this fall, but another drama form is also thriving -- telepics.
It's kudo season, and the campaigning is nothing compared with the wrangling among the awards shows themselves. While everyone acknowledges the Oscars is the apex, kudocasts like the SAG Awards and…