Jake Gyllenhaal, Ben Stiller and Christina Applegate are just a few of the stars slated to appear in a new Sesame Street-style production geared at teaching Jewish-American children about Jewish culture.Read more
NEW YORK - Epix, the premium TV joint venture of Viacom, Lionsgate and MGM, on Wednesday unveiled an hour-long Lewis Black comedy special as one of its first major programming events that will also hit movie theaters in select markets.Read more
Channel 4 will launch "the most fundamental creative overhaul of its history" after opting to axe its long-running summer reality show "Big Brother" after the series 11 that will air next summer, Channel 4 head Julian Bellamy said Wednesday.Read more
<a href="/images/old/6a00d83451d69069e20120a52140a1970b-pi.jpg" style="float: right;"><img alt="5e9a348a-9819-41f9-86fb-08cddaabc847.hmedium" class="at-xid-6a00d83451d69069e20120a52140a1970b " src="/images/old/6a00d83451d69069e20120a52140a1970b-320wi.jpg" style="margin: 0px 0px 5px 5px;" /></a> In the midst of a national debate over health care, Hollywood has its own crisis on its hands.Read more
<a href="/images/old/6a00d83451d69069e20120a520ea7d970b-pi.jpg" style="float: right; "><img alt="600full-atari-2600-media" border="0" class="at-xid-6a00d83451d69069e20120a520ea7d970b " src="/images/old/6a00d83451d69069e20120a520ea7d970b-pi.jpg" style="width: 250px; margin-top: 5px; margin-right: 5px; margin-bottom: 5px; margin-left: 5px; " title="600full-atari-2600-media" /></a> The video game and online game industries continue to stratify much like Hollywood once did — some companies have become producers and some have developed into more of a publisher/distributor role.Read more
CBS' "Big Brother" has been on a generally resurgent trend this summer, though Tuesday night slipped 17% from last week's summer-high rating. While fellow 9 p.m. reality shows NBC's "America's Got Talent" and Fox's "More to Love" gained a tenth of a point each among the adult demo.
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