TNT is getting into the reality competition business.
The network has ordered The Great Escape, a competition series that...
NBC has ordered Sarah Silverman's comedy project to pilot, Deadline reports.
NBC nabs Sarah Silverman comedy pilot
The single-camera comedy is loosely based on ...
Netflix has landed the rights to stream new episodes of Arrested Development, Variety reports.
In October, Arrested creator Mitch Hurwitz announced that the sitcom would return for one abbreviated season, focusing on...
Billy Crystal will host the Oscars for a ninth time, the comedian announced Thursday.
"Am doing the Oscars so the young woman in the pharmacy will stop asking my name when I pick up my prescriptions," Crystal tweeted. "Looking forward to the show."
Brian Grazer to replace Brett Ratner as Oscars producer; Eddie Murphy steps down
News of Crystal's involvement with the 84th annual Academy Awards comes one day after...
NBC has committed to produce a pilot from Sarah Silverman, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The executive producers of The Amazing Race will help Ron Howard and Brian Grazer stage The Great Escape at TNT.
Christina Applegate and Will Arnett, Up All Night
Shortly after announcing its fall schedule for the 2011-12 TV season, NBC released previews from 11 of its new series, including new comedies from Christina Applegate and Hank Azaria, the remake of BBC's crime drama Prime Suspect and the upcoming musical dramedy Smash.
The Playboy Club, airing Mondays at 10/9c, comes from 24, Parenthood and Friday Night Lights executive producer Brian Grazer. The period drama explores the lives of the first Playboy bunnies and the men who loved them. Amber Heard, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Eddie Cibrian and...
Jason Isaacs, Amber Heard
NBC has ordered new dramas The Playboy Club, Grimm and Awake for the network's 2011-12 fall lineup. They join this week's earlier pick-ups, which include a comedy starring Christina Applegate and a musical from executive producer Steven Spielberg.
The long-gestating 24 movie is on target for a 2012 release, according to producer Brian Grazer.
"Got off the phone [with] Keifer [sic] yesterday and we are very excited about ...
Stephen King's The Dark Tower is finally hitting the big screen and the small screen.
Universal Pictures and NBC Universal Television will produce both a film trilogy and a TV series based on King's series of books, the companies announced Wednesday.
Ron Howard is attached to direct the first film, as well as the first season...