NBC has greenlit a Randy Quaid-led telepic sequel to "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" and concert events headlined by Elton John and Shania Twain as part of its 2003-04 roster of movies and…
Tara Sorenson has joined National Geographic TV and Film as VP of development in its kids division.
Jerry Bruckheimer's already red-hot TV business is about to explode. The ultrasuccessful feature producer is poised to stake his claim as TV's top gun by snagging no less than three series orders…
One week from their finales, Thursday's big drama guns -- NBC's "ER" and CBS' "CSI" -- put up some more impressive sweep scores.
Behind every good movie is a great woman? The odds of that are dramatically increasing according to "'Women on Top: Hollywood and Power," an AMC special that offers a status check on some of today's…
The Style Network has unveiled a lineup of eight original series for the fall season.
Sundance Channel has picked up all U.S. rights to comedy "Die Mommie Die" as part of its Sundance Film Series.
Chuck Dolan's Independent Film Channel is rounding up a library of sex-saturated movies, TV series and documentaries for a proposed video-on-demand platform with a target date of September.
To nobody's surprise, CBS' "Hitler: The Rise of Evil" made a lot of people very nervous before the Eye web even ran a single promo. But upon close and fair inspection, this mini has its compelling…
ABC sudser "All My Children" and steadfast "Sesame Street" paced the race Saturday at the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' 30th annual Creative Arts Daytime Emmy Awards, nabbing…
The already rocky relationship between Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and the media became even more stormy Thursday, when pubcaster RAI sent two internal investigators to probe journalists…