UPDATED: The woman who helped established an earlier era of No. 1 at NBC News dishes on Don Hewitt, “The View,” and trouble at her former morning home...
The war is costing broadcasters $25 million, but the reality show is pulling in a 45 percent share.
Don't be surprised if they make THR's Top 25 Film Schools list next year.
A $9 billion deal with BSkyB could give Rupert Murdoch the extra cash he needs to close the deal.
One of Los Angeles' biggest trophy properties is up for grabs.
UPDATED: The broadcaster has also struck a deal with Billboard to keep the Latin Music Awards as it battles rival Univision.
The Emmys' infamous five-reality-hosts-as-emcees debacle in 2008 was just the beginning.
As her owner quits her job at Red Lobster to focus on the feline full-time, one thing's for sure: Cat videos aren't just for the Internet anymore.
Amanda Silver and Rick Jaffa on how they used primates to find the essence of humanity.
Amazon doubles down on drama as its rivals fall.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo went to Les Moonves to keep the show in the Empire State.
UPDATED: As Hollywood increasingly looks to China, executives who understand the culture and business practices there have become incredibly valuable.
As "Get On Up" hits theaters, all eyes are on the next generation.
After VFX house Rhythm & Hues filed for bankruptcy protection, director Steven Quale went hands-on.
These industry offices have plenty of perks for pooches, from doggy calendars to daily visits from dog walkers.
The three-time Oscar winner will really be playing and singing in "Ricki and the Flash," a new movie about a struggling rocker from the "Juno" screenwrite...
One studio head calls it “the single most discussed and debated issue in Hollywood” as marketing spends skyrocket, summer box
office declines in the ...
Paramount suffers "growing pains" over a mega movie plagued by legal threats and a culture of distrust.
For studios and networks, Comic-Con is like "Game of Thrones": You win or you die.
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Austrian filmmaker Andreas Prochaska will begin production on the eight-part TV series, set after the events of the 1981 anti-war classic, in March. Read More
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