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  • Emmys 2013: Variety & Women in Film salute female nominees

    Emmys 2013: Variety & Women in Film salute female nominees
    Hollywood denizens have been partying all weekend leading up to Sunday's Emmy Awards ceremony. All the Rage has the skinny on a few of them in this and other reports. The event: Variety & Women in Film celebrated TV’s biggest weekend with Friday&...
  • Tom Sherak Tapped as L.A. Film Czar

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has tapped Tom Sherak as the city's so-called film czar, earning a salary of $1 per year. Sherak is the high-profile figure that Garcetti promised he would appoint to lobby Sacramento and promote production in Los Angeles....
  • Tom Sherak on L.A. Film Czar Job: 'I Know It's Not Going to Be Easy'

    Tom Sherak, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's newly appointed "film czar," said that he was stepping into a world in which he has little experience, politics, but that he took the position because "it was a way of giving back." Garcetti's staff kept...
  • Mark Burnett bringing sequel to “The Bible” series to NBC

     
    NBC announced today that Mark Burnett, who already has a relationship with the network through his series The Voice and Celebrity Apprentice, will continue that relationship by bringing his follow-up to the smash-hit series The Bible to NBC. The Bible was...
  • Mark Burnett's 'Bible' sequel to air on NBC

    Mark Burnett's 'Bible' sequel to air on NBC
    "The Bible" was an electrifying success for the History channel and cable TV. But broadcaster NBC has landed the sequel, which has the working title "A.D.: Beyond the Bible." Burnett is in business with NBC on "The Voice" and "The Celebrity...
  • NBC Turns to Higher Power With 'Bible' Sequel

    Given where NBC has been ratings-wise, it shouldn't be a surprise to see the network throw a Hail Mary pass. The announcement the network has snagged producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey's follow-up to their high-rated miniseries "The Bible" has a...
  • Mark Burnett, Roma Downey to Keynote Family Entertainment and Faith-Based Summit

    It was at last year's summit that Mark Burnett and Roma Downey revealed footage of "The Bible," a 10-hour miniseries that wound up becoming a ratings juggernaut and the most purchased TV-on-DVD release of all time. One year later, the creators say they...
  • Family Entertainment and Faith-Based Conference Opens in Beverly Hills

    With family fare repping a growing sector of showbiz, creators of family- and faith-based entertainment gather June 21 in BevHills for the second annual Purpose: Family Entertainment and Faith Based Summit, organized by Variety in association with...
  • Review: "Naked & Afraid"

    Just the title "Naked & Afraid" already sounds like a ratings winner for Discovery Channel, if one that will no doubt be easily confused with latenight fare available on Cinemax. Putting the budget for digitally obscured genitalia to the test (think...
  • On the Right Side of History

    It's hard to be on the wrong side of History these days. Early this year the cabler sliced through the original content noise with big ratings for its shows "Vikings" and "The Bible" with numbers (11.4 million for "The Bible," 5 million for "Vikings")...
  • Showrunner Marc Cherry Has a Song in His Heart

    Showrunner Marc Cherry is getting ready for the premiere of "Devious Maids," which bows June 23 on Lifetime -- but he's also been moonlighting. Cherry turned up as a featured singer at Michael Feinstein's conducting debut with the Pasadena Pops earlier...
  • Radio Digs Its Own Grave as Cultural Currents Shift

    The major music business, the "new music" business, is built upon radio, it depends upon it. There's a fiction that we still live in a monoculture. This concept has been blown apart on television, where there are five hundred channels available, but...