The first-season finale of "How to Get Away With Murder" handed ABC a ratings victory in the key young-adults demographic Thursday night, according to Nielsen.
Warner Bros.' "Focus," starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, opened with $900,000 in domestic ticket sales from Thursday night pre-shows.
The Federal Communications Commission's adoption of tough new Internet rules is expected to preserve the digital frontier that has galvanized Hollywood's creative community.
Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart, two of YouTube's biggest stars, will appear in a reboot of the 1970s TV show "Electra Woman and Dyna Girl."
Bob Osher, Sony Pictures' digital productions president, is exiting, the latest executive change for the Culver City studio.
Adam Goodman is leaving his job as the president of Paramount Pictures' film group, according to an internal memo from the studio's Chairman and Chief Executive Brad Grey.
The 3-D historical action movie “Dragon Blade” starring Jackie Chan ruled at mainland cinemas over the Chinese New Year holiday, raking in $54.4 million in a record-breaking week for the country’s box office.
“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” proved a major hit at the Chinese box office last week, earning $51.5 million in its first three days on the mainland.
The Federal Communications Commission's landmark vote on open Internet rules is being cheered by some in Hollywood who see the Internet as the new frontier for creativity and free expression.
The Lyon family was on top of the TV ratings again, with "Empire" continuing its growth streak for the seventh week in a row.
Consumers on Wednesday took turns praising and blasting Comcast's proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable, which would make the combined company the dominant provider of cable TV and high-speed Internet service in California.
Adam Goodman is leaving his job as the president of Paramount Pictures' film group, according to a person close to the studio.
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly defended himself Wednesday night against a new charge that he misrepresented his record as a war correspondent, this time during the civil war in El Salvador.
DreamWorks Animation is selling its plush, Tuscany-style campus, long a source of pride among the studio's Glendale employees and a symbol of its once vaunted position as an industry powerhouse.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has brought on a veteran with a track record of successful big-budget movies to pump new life into Hollywood's fourth-ranked film studio and help distance it from a cyberattack that rattled the entertainment industry.
Tom Rothman has been tapped as the next chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment's motion picture group.
DreamWorks Animation posted a loss of $263.2 million in the fourth quarter, as the company was buffeted by restructuring costs and impairment charges from its recent film releases.
"NBC Nightly News" is hanging on to its ratings leadership without Brian Williams.
Jennifer Salke will stay on at NBC, renewing her contract to serve as entertainment president.
"Hunger Games" studio Lionsgate has made a significant investment in video game developer and publisher Telltale Games, paving the way for the companies to collaborate on new games and TV shows.
"Birdman" may have scored the top awards at the Oscars, but it has hardly soared at the box office.
Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly went to the videotape in an attempt to quell recent charges that he has misrepresented his reporting on the aftermath of the 1982 war in the Falkland Islands.
NBCUniversal revenue last year increased 7.5% to $25.4 billion with improvements at the NBC broadcast network, cable channels and theme parks.
Comcast Chief Executive Brian Roberts said Tuesday he expects the federal government will approve his company's $45-billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable and that the deal will be complete by this summer.
Television entrepreneur Byron Allen has filed a $20-billion racial discrimination lawsuit against cable giants Comcast Corp. and Time Warner Cable.
Kevin Hale announced his retirement as longtime vice president and general manager at Fox-owned KTTV and KCOP.
And the Oscar goes to ... social media! (Kind of.)
Bob Chapek, a 22-year veteran of Walt Disney Co., has been named chairman of the company's parks and resorts division.
Scrutiny of Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly’s reporting on the 1982 Falklands war protests isn’t going away.
A day before the Oscars, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti rolled out his own Hollywood campaign.
IFC Films has long been a player in the indie film business, releasing critical darlings such as "In the Loop" and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding."
"Big Hero 6" has been a critical and commercial hit for Walt Disney Animation Studios, scoring an Oscar nomination and taking in more than $500 million at the box office.
Young blue eyes is out as MSNBC shakes up its daytime lineup.