Anne Heche may still be headed for her own TV series, but it won't be in a series from scribes Rob Greenberg ("Frasier") and Les Firestein ("The Drew Carey Show").
Tribeca Films is producing "Crime Wave," a true-crime miniseries, for HBO. Frequent Vanity Fair contributor Bryan Burrough, who conceived the project for HBO, will write the first episode. Tribeca…
The broadcast nets returned to a semblance of normal programming over the weekend, although news specials outdrew entertainment offerings.
ESPN, TBS and four regional sports networks throughout the country got back to business Monday night with the first Major League Baseball games since the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center…
ABC and Turner Broadcasting's TNT/TBS reinforced their stance as the most aggressive buyers of theatrical movies, ponying up a total of $25 million to share the network window on "Jurassic Park III."
After seizing the crown as Japan's highest-grossing film, the Hayao Miyazaki-helmed animation feature "Spirited Away" is on track to become its all-time B.O. champ. The pic has clocked up a phenom…
Miniseries "Nuremberg" is the most-nominated program for the 16th annual Gemini Awards, Canada's equivalent of the Emmys. Noms were announced Monday.
"The good news is these theater masterpieces are safe in Vermont!" The bad news, according to Basil Hero, is that Broadway Digital Entertainment's offices at 30 W. Broadway have been destroyed, and…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
The co-production fad in the Asian film industry has spread to television drama, boosted by the popularity of Korean culture in its neighboring countries.
France's reality wars show no signs of abating: M6, France's second private free-to-air web, disclosed Monday that it will air another "Big Brother"-style "Loft Story" series in early 2002. The first…
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