SundanceTV is turning the Paley Center for Media's popular PaleyFest panels into a six-episode series, the cable channel announced Wednesday.
“Mad Men” star Jon Hamm recently completed treatment for alcohol addiction, his publicist confirmed Tuesday night.
The notion that HBO has left its heart in the Bay Area is no accident.
The fatal train accident on the set of “Midnight Rider” last year was probably caused by the film crew’s trespassing on a railroad bridge, federal safety officials announced Tuesday.
Despite a drop in domestic ticket sales, Hollywood had another record at the box office last year thanks to a surge in ticket sales in China and other Asian markets.
“The Man From Macau 2” rolled over wolves and Jackie Chan last week at the mainland Chinese box office, hauling in $70.6 million during the second half of the Chinese New Year holiday.
“Cinderella” was the belle of the ball again last week at the Chinese box office, taking first place with $28.4 million and bringing its earnings over 10 days on the mainland to $53.5 million.
The Paley Center for Media sits in the axis of the media universe in New York.
CBS News President David Rhodes signed a new deal with the network that keeps him in charge of his division through 2019.
Paramount Pictures, the storied Melrose Avenue movie studio, is trying to emerge from three years in the doldrums.
"Insurgent," the second part of the "Divergent" film series, kicked off its box office run with a healthy $4.1 million in ticket sales from late night showings Thursday.
Ratings for the two-hour season finale of "Empire" have made the series No. 1 with a bullet for the 2014-15 TV season.
Hulu might be thanking Cookie on this historic occasion.
The nation buzzed about the Sunday finale of the HBO documentary series "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst" as if it was the shocking twist of a Shonda Rhimes drama series or a marriage proposal gone wrong on "The Bachelor."
NBC is turning to insomniacs to get ratings help for evening news anchor Lester Holt.
Sony Playstation is checking out the Vue.
A changing of the programming guard is coming to the A&E and History networks.
Apple's ambition to be a dominant player in television is expected to accelerate the unraveling of the pay-TV bundle.
Marketplace, the popular Los Angeles public radio show known for its offbeat take on the world of business, is adding to its hosting ranks.
Chinese film production company Huayi Bros. Media Corp. is close to a deal with producer Robert Simonds' new movie and TV studio STX Entertainment to finance, produce and release movies, according to two people familiar with the matter.
The big TV premiere this fall could be the unbundling of TV.
Though Disney's "Cinderella" enchanted audiences over the weekend, the film fell short of its studio-estimated $70.1-million debut.
China’s Huayi Bros. studio said late Monday it had reached a deal with an “unnamed American partner” to jointly invest in, shoot and release “no fewer” than 18 films before the end of 2017.
Small town theaters and major chains are once again clashing over who gets first dibs on new movie releases.
The shocking final part of HBO's documentary series "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst" sparked about 35,000 tweets from users on the social media platform.
Paramount Pictures has named Marc Evans as the new president of its motion picture group, replacing Adam Goodman, who was ousted last month.
Cable operators don’t want to cut their cord with HBO.
TV news has a problem with younger viewers: It doesn't have enough of them.
Dennis Maguire, Paramount Pictures' head of home entertainment, has left the company as part of a restructuring.
Baseball fans looking for a resolution in the long-running battle over distribution of a TV channel featuring the Los Angeles Dodgers will have to wait even longer.
The Federal Communications Commission has acknowledged that its reviews of two enormous media mergers have been delayed.