Warner Bros. TV has inked a two-year overall deal with writer-producer Bennie R. Richburg Jr., co-executive producer of "The Jamie Foxx Show" on the WB.
Former Republic Pictures VP Bonnie Sugar has teamed with entrepreneur Rosalyn Bazar to form Greenwich Entertainment, a new film and TV production company.
Ambitious TV special by writer-director-comic Steve Oedekerk is practically wall-to-wall and, in many cases, terrific computer graphics. That accomplished, perhaps next time Oedekerk will spend more…
The first project to come out of the newly formed Singer-White Entertainment will be "Flying Blind," a USA Network telepic starring Claudia Christian, who recently ankled the syndie sci-fi series…
Televisa chairman and CEO Emilio Azcarraga Jean will have a majority stake following the recapitalization of Grupo Televicentro, the holding company that controls the media giant.
Saturday morning animated series from co-creators of Comedy Central's "Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist" tries hard to put science into an entertaining format. Perhaps they try too hard. Although…
Fox Broadcasting Co. has declined an option to continue production on the period drama "Roar," the linchpin of the web's summer slate of original programming.
The story of 23-year-old African-American Greg Yance, played with touching restraint by Omar Epps, and his trials as a first-time convict make an absorbing if troubling telefilm for sharp director…
Arthur Kane, executive director of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, is retiring. He will remain in his post until the end of the year in order to oversee the…
Writer-performer Carol Leifer squeezes uncomfortably into an uncomfortable sitcom in which she's bachelor girl Carol Lerner rooming with sassy best friend Renee (Amy Yasbeck). Hovering way, way in…