CBS has canceled summer drama series Salvation after two seasons, Deadline has learned.
Amazon has joined the bidding for the 22 regional sports networks currently owned by 21st Century Fox that regulators are requiring Disney to sell off as part of its pending Fox acquisition, CNBC has reported.
EXCLUSIVE: Eye In The Sky and Close To The Enemy actress Phoebe Fox has joined Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult in Hulu’s limited series pilot The Great.
Measurement giant Nielsen Holdings has picked David Kenny as its new CEO, succeeding Mitch Barns, who had announced his retirement after 22 years at the company.
EXCLUSIVE: Israeli duo Amit Cohen and Ron Leshem, who created psychological thriller The Gordin Cell, which was remade by NBC as Allegiance, have struck a long-term development deal with Red Arrow Studios International. The pair are set to launch a new scripted drama label, backed by the content arm of the German public broadcaster, that will target the international market.
You're Back In The Room and Pitch Battle producer Tuesday's Child has scored a six-part music quiz for BBC One.
Andrew Hollingworth, who starred in 2017 horror The House on Elm Lake, has won ABC's British digital talent competition.
Witold Sobocinski, a Polish cinematographer who worked with countrymen including Roman Polanski, Andrzej Wajda and Krzysztof Zanussi and also was a celebrated jazz musician and a teacher at Lodz Film School, has died. He was 89. Lodz announced the news but did not give details.
Stephen Colbert kicked off the feast-centric holiday week by giving thanks for his bread and butter: President Donald Trump. OK, no big news there, but his Late Show monologue on CBS tonight had an entire MAGA-fied weekend to dissect, meaning the writers probably had to cut at least a few minutes’ worth of jokes.
The winners of the 46th annual International Emmy Awards were announced this evening with Spain’s Money Heist (also known as La casa de papel)winning for Best Drama and Nevsu from Israel walking away with the trophy for Best Comedy.
Members of SAG-AFTRA have voted overwhelmingly to approve two new TV animation contracts: the Television Animation Agreement and the Basic Cable Agreement for Animated Motion Pictures. The three-year pacts, approved by more than 95% of those who cast ballots, cover animated programs produced for network television, basic cable and streaming platforms.
The documentary I Am Paul Walker premiered earlier this year on television, but the Virgil Films docu has released a new trailer to coincide with its on demand debut. The new version, which will be approximately 30 minutes longer, will be released on November 30, the fifth anniversary of Walker’s death. A DVD will be released on December 4.