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  • Ron Howard, Brian Grazer to Launch Digital Studio with Discovery Communications

    Discovery Communications is teaming with Brian Grazer and Ron Howard to launch a digital studio, dubbed New Form. True to its name, New Form will be focused on creating programming outside the traditional molds of TV and movies where Discovery and...
  • With David Letterman retiring, all eyes on CBS' next move

    With David Letterman retiring, all eyes on CBS' next move
    The scramble to succeed late-night host David Letterman has talent handlers and Las Vegas oddsmakers shouting their picks from the sidelines. Politicians are squabbling over whether his replacement should be based in Los Angeles or New York. But those...
  • Mip TV Briefs Day Two: Russian Redo Of Brit Sitcom 'My Family' Set

    Russian TV auds will be getting a local version of hit brit sitcom "My Family" in a deal marking the first scripted format sale for independent distributor DLT Raydar. Leading Russian broadcaster CTC Channel has commissioned a localised pilot of the...
  • TV Review: Cartoon Network's 'Clarence,' 'The Tom and Jerry Show'

    Amid a spate of live-action comedies featuring boys as the protagonist, Cartoon Network's animated "Clarence" arrives as a nifty little gem, so quirky and idiosyncratic as to feel fresh, even if it treads in well-worn territory. The characters aren't much...
  • Everything will be awesome (in 2017): 'Lego Movie' sequel gets date

    The first movie was made for about $60 million and came out this month. There’s no budget yet for “The Lego Movie” sequel, but Warner Bros. certainly has big ideas for the date. The studio has scheduled the follow-up to the building-...
  • Steve Koonin Leaves Time Warner's Turner For Atlanta Hawks

    Steve Koonin, who as entertainment chief at Time Warner's Turner unit presided over a long run of growth at big cable networks like TNT, TBS, truTV and TCM, as well as a streak of aggressive, sometimes maverick promotional maneuvers, is leaving his post...
  • TV Picks: Mule deer, 'Mad Men,' 'The Address,' 'Ali,' 'Clarence'

    TV Picks: Mule deer, 'Mad Men,' 'The Address,' 'Ali,' 'Clarence'
    "Touching the Wild" (PBS, Wednesday). "That deer was willing to see me as an individual, and he very clearly saw that I granted him his individuality," says naturalist Joe Hutto of the meeting that led to years spent becoming one with the mule deer of...
  • DreamWorks Animation Profitable in Q4 Despite $13.5 Million 'Turbo' Loss

    DreamWorks Animation said that 24% of its revenue last year came from non-film related sales, a revealing figure as the company expands beyond its core business of movie and more into television, live events, consumer products and online video. DWA...
  • ‘Adventure Time’ exclusive clip: Adam Muto on the show’s evolution

     
    The Emmy-nominated third season of “Adventure Time” is out on Blu-ray and DVD today, and Hero Complex readers get an […]...
  • Review: 'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Lands on Netflix

    "Star Wars" is always better when it leans toward its darker side, and that's certainly true of the batch of "The Clone Wars" episodes, dubbed "The Lost Missions," premiering exclusively on Netflix. A huge coup given the importance of fan passion in...
  • March 2014 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials

    March 2014 TV premieres, finales, movies, specials
    Norma Bates brings her special brand of mothering back to TV in March with the second season premiere of "Bates Motel." Viewers also can look forward to new seasons of "Da Vinci's Demons," "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," "Call the Midwife," "Suits" and "Mr....
  • Pay-TV firms cheer FCC's proposed rule changes; broadcasters balk

    Pay-TV firms cheer FCC's proposed rule changes; broadcasters balk
    Pay-TV distributors and public interest groups cheered news that the Federal Communications Commission is considering new regulations for local television stations. Specifically, the FCC is expected to vote on March 31 to prohibit separately owned...