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The Hunger Games fans got their first look at the final trailer for the sequel, Catching Fire, on Sunday night.
Come on, you know you want to see this.
"Viacom officially announced a deal with Sony to license live and on-demand programming for at least 22 cable networks, including Nickelodeon, MTV and Comedy Central"
I love to hear about new programming. That means more jobs for us!
Dish Network is planning to launch an over-the-top pay-TV service by the end of the year, with Disney-owned networks forming the "core" of the offering
This trailer will make you want to see the movie. I guarantee it...Oh and Shia LeBeouf is back!
AT&T buys DirecTV for $48.5 billion.
Will this mean higher cable prices down the road? This new merger should raise concerns with consumers
ITV buys an 80% stake in US reality TV producer Leftfield Entertainment, the firm behind shows such as the Real Housewives of New Jersey.
My employer-- Sirens Media, a Leftfield Entertainment company-- is merging once again with another big name in production, ITV. Where will this take us next?
Stephen Colbert will succeed David Letterman as the host of "The Late Show," CBS announced Thursday.
Way to go Steve!
I'm thrilled Jared Leto won Best Supporting Actor and Matthew McConaughey won Best Actor for their work on "Dallas Buyers Club." They deserved those awards more than anyone.
See the list of Oscar nominees for the 2014 Oscars. View trailers, photos and detailed information about the Academy Awards 2014 nominations.
Check out the full list here....Who will you be rooting for?
Sasheer Zamata will be the latest young comedian to join "Saturday Night Live," Variety has confirmed...
It's about damn time.
See a list of 2014 Golden Globe nominees. The event will be hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in January.
LONDON – U.K. pay TV giant BSkyB will make its movie rental service available to people who aren't subscribing to its pay TV services, the company said on Wednesday.
National Geographic Channel set a network viewership record Sunday night with its premiere of original movie "Killing Kennedy." According to preliminary estimates from Nielsen, "Killing Kennedy" av...
Kudos to Nat Geo! Looks like we'll be seeing more scripted television from them in the future.
Focus Features has released the first trailer for the Stephen Hawking biopic, “The Theory of Everything.
And the Oscar for Best Male Actor goes to...
I'm 50 shades of red after watching this trailer...yes, please!
"Steve Carell plays a murderer in the film Foxcatcher with the help of a prosthetic nose and lots of aging makeup."
This movie is receiving great reviews from the Cannes Film Festival. Check out the first clip of it here. Release date set for November.
IPO-bound Chinese e-commerce giant further expands entertainment labels.
China's billion dollar online shopping giant now moves in the film arena. Will they be expanding to America's market?
Vice, the hipster digital media company and studio, is set to launch a sports channel this summer following their release of Vice News.
I'm a huge fan of this brand thanks to HBO. I'll stay tuned.
DirecTV is expanding its original scripted fare to include a comedy.
"The deal provides AMC with an extensive array of international channels that are distributed to more than 390 million households in 138 countries."
Pricey but an impressive reach.
Megan Ellison, one of Hollywood’s newest power brokers, over the past three years, Ellison has financed a baker's dozen films that have garnered 35 Oscar nominations
She's got that eye.
"A+E Networks is closing the book on its long-running BIO network and replacing it this summer with FYI, a more lifestyle-focused, upscale programming."
"According to Forbes Magazine, Sofia Vergara takes this year’s slot as the highest–paid actor on television, male and female."
I couldn't be happier that a woman, and a minority at that took the lead!
Bye-bye Blockbuster: Dish Network said Wednesday it will close all of the video rental chain's remaining U.S. stores, as well as its DVD-by-mail business by early next year. Dish, which bought Bloc...
Wait...this didn't already happen?