ABC Family is looking for more laughs, picking up two comedy pilots, including one based on the 1999 teen flick, 10 Things I Hate About You.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gil Junger, the director of the film 10 Things — which introduced audiences to the late Heath Ledger — has signed on to direct the pilot. The series won't deviate too much from the feature, which itself was based on William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew, following two polar-opposite sisters in high school.
Greek's Carter Covington will write and executive produce the single-camera show.
The network also greenlit...
A month after being arrested along with his father Ryan on suspicion of drug possession, Redmond O'Neal has admitted to relapsing and was ordered into a two-week drug treatment program, People reports.
"You're a stand-up guy to come here and deal with your problem," Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Scott Millington told O'Neal. "I want you to stay clean... You better stay clean or ...
Sarah Palin and Seth Meyers
The most anticipated showdown this week may not happen.
Contrary to rumors, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is not scheduled to appear on Thursday's primetime edition of Saturday Night Live, Seth Meyers told New York's Newsday.
"Of those specific rumors, there's no truth," he said. "We do have an open door policy, but there's nothing specific yet, but our window of opportunity is ...
Spike TV's next big hit? Hopefully about the mob.
The men's cabler has ordered a two-hour drama pilot centering on Boston's Irish mob, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
With director Walter Hill at the helm, the yet-to-be titled series will chronicle the aftermath when...
David Archuleta has inked a deal with Azoff Management after being passed over by American Idol's 19 Management, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The Season 7 runner-up, whose debut album is due Nov. 11, will join Azoff's long roster of big namers, including Christina Aguilera, The Eagles, Neil Diamond and Morrisey.
But don't think reported stage daddio Jeff Archuleta relinquished his reins so easily.
Travis Barker is "grateful" to be alive after surviving the Sept. 19 jet crash that claimed the lives of four others.
"My biggest fear ever is to be involved in a plane crash, so when that happened...," the drummer told Us Weekly, speaking out for the first time since the accident. "I'm just thankful to be alive! I'm just grateful to be here at all."
Barker and DJ AM were the sole survivors. After being treated at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Ga. for second and third degree burns, Barker was transferred...
Taylor Hicks has more than his birthday to celebrate on Tuesday.
The Season 5 American Idol champ has partnered with indie company Artist to Market, in conjunction with his own label, Modern Whomp Records, to release his second solo album next winter, he announced.
"In this digital age, when artists can connect more directly with audiences, this is a partnership that makes a lot of sense," the singer said. "I'm very much enjoying being in the studio with Simon [Cline] working on the new album and look forward to releasing it through A2M early next year."
Following a one-week burger break, How I Met Your Mother dove right back into action, this week addressing the age-long war of awesomeness between New York and New Jersey. Plus, after four years at lowly Metro News 1, Robin decides it is finally time for a change... but does she actually go through with it?