Showing a preference for darker themes, Directors Guild of America members have tapped HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "The Sopranos," plus ABC's "Desperate Housewives" for two nominations each in…
China is expanding access for foreign satellite broadcasts, extending permission from four- and five-star hotels (which already carry the channels) to three-star establishments.
Cabler Ovation offers the U.S. premiere of Abba documentary "Super Troupers" Sunday and throughout January.
NBC scored another Tuesday victory on the strength of sturdy numbers for "The Biggest Loser" and some of the best-ever scores for "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," according to preliminary…
Former Endemol chief operating officer Ronald Goes has been named CEO of Talpa Media Holding, the umbrella outfit for Dutch media mogul John de Mol's new multiplatform company.
Spyglass Entertainment has inked a deal with Haim Saban's ProSiebenSat 1 group for all German-language TV rights to the U.S. company's future productions.
Sony Pictures TV will pocket more than $70 million from the sale of dozens of its theatrical movies, both fairly recent titles and library product, to 12 cable networks.
CBS has read the last rites to "The Will." Eye Tuesday pulled the plug on the reality sudser, which bowed Saturday to subpar ratings. It didn't help that the skein aired opposite an NFL playoff game.
FX has sutured up a deal with creator-exec producer Ryan Murphy that will keep "Nip/Tuck" going for two more seasons.
"Objectivo fama" (Objective: Fame), Spanish-lingo broadcaster Univision's first foray into the song competish reality genre, bowed Sunday on Univision's TeleFutura Network.
Lifetime Entertainment Services will move its technical operations center from Astoria's Kaufman Studios to 111 Eighth Ave. in the Chelsea/Meatpacking District area in early 2006.