"Law & Order: Criminal Intent" is bouncing to USA Network next season, while creator Dick Wolf has sealed a new deal to keep the "Law & Order" mothership on NBC.
Every thing old is renewed again, at least on the eve of the broadcast network upfront presentations. Latest bubble show to get a network reprieve: Fox's "Til Death," the Brad Garrett comedy that…
Rupert Murdoch, a man who has a penchant for buying, is out there doing some selling. Specifically, he's selling the Bancroft family on the idea that he's not William Randolph Hearst.
There's a new comedy kingpin in town. Not that Judd Apatow is new, exactly. Closing in on 40, he has been writing movies and television ever since he abandoned his quest to be a stand-up comedian to…
The red carpet was down. The bright lights led the way into the theater on the Paramount lot. And HBO was having another premiere. It was Thursday night and the air was still filled with the…
Before the networks unveil their shiny new primetime lineups this week, please take a moment of silence for 80% of last spring's selections, which are no longer with us.
Last year may have been London's Year of the Musical, but 2007 isn't exactly all quiet on the tuner front. In addition to transfers of existing productions, including "Fiddler on the Roof" (opening…
Michael Moore sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, writing, "I have broken no laws and I have nothing to hide." He outlined reasons why he believes that the Treasury Department’s…
Barnaby Thompson's ambitious project to restore Blighty's historic Ealing Studios to its former glory will reach a crucial moment this month, when its new international sales arm launches "St…
That, and other news, in this weekend’s Political Panorama. General John Batiste appeared in new ad spots for VoteVets.org this week critical of President Bush’s handling of the war in Iraq — "Mr…
Chuck Dolan's Fuse 24/7 cable network has renewed its sketch-comedy series "The Whitest Kids U Know" for a second season of 10 half-hour episodes.