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  • Greg Berlanti Plans Subversive Spin on Archie Comics' 'Riverdale' for Fox

    Greg Berlanti may well be dubbed the king of comics, with new drama "Riverdale," based on the indelible characters of the Archie Comics franchise, set at Fox with a script deal plus penalty. Warner Bros. TV is producing along with Berlanti Prods....
  • 20th TV Buys Comedy Based on Life of Basketball's Baron Davis

    20th Century Fox Television has bought a single-camera comedy script for Fox Broadcasting Company that's based loosely on the life of NBA All-Star Baron Davis, Variety has learned. Written and exec produced by Courtney Lilly ("The Cleveland Show,"...
  • 'Pippin' brings big-top wonders to Hollywood Pantages

    'Pippin' brings big-top wonders to Hollywood Pantages
    "Pippin," the Tony-winning revival that transformed Roger O. Hirson and Stephen Schwartz's musical into a circus theatrical, has pitched its tent at the Hollywood Pantages, and it has been quite a while since this majestic old theater has held so much...
  • 'Bronies': When men love 'My Little Pony' too much

    'Bronies': When men love 'My Little Pony' too much
    Nothing in “Bronies: The Musical,” at the Third Street Theater, is as hard to credit as the existence of bronies: adult, primarily male fans of “My Little Pony.” If bronies are real — and according to the Internet, they are...
  • Malloy, Visconti Square Off In Debate

    Malloy, Visconti Square Off In Debate
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and petitioning candidate Joseph Visconti squared off in a televised debate Thursday night, but one of the issues focused on the person who was not there - Republican Tom Foley. Foley declined to participate in the debate at...
  • Studios to Reap $6.8 Billion From SVOD Syndication in 2015

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Netflix, Hulu Plus and Amazon Prime are going to be a godsend to Hollywood's major studios in the coming years, if projections issued Thursday from RBC Capital Markets are any indication. Analyst David Bank estimates that...
  • AMC Networks pays $200 million in deal to operate BBC America

    AMC Networks pays $200 million in deal to operate BBC America
    AMC Networks has completed a deal to acquire a 49.9% equity stake in BBC Worldwide's BBC America cable channel for $200 million.  The deal forges a relationship between the cable network company, which boasts such shows as "The Walking Dead" and...
  • RGA jumps into Maryland race in support of Hogan

    The Republican Governors Association has jumped into the Maryland election campaign, creating a fast-paced new ad critical of Democrat Anthony G. Brown and buying Baltimore television time to back Larry Hogan. The intervention by the RGA came as the...
  • AMC Networks buys 49.9 percent stake in BBC America

    (Reuters) - AMC Networks Inc said on Thursday it agreed to pay $200 million for a 49.9 percent stake in BBC America and would take operational control of the cable television channel. BBC Worldwide will retain a 50.1 percent stake in BBC America, which...
  • Allentown's Amanda Seyfried to do marathon Broadway show

    Allentown's Amanda Seyfried to do marathon Broadway show
    Allentown native Amanda Seyfried is among the actors who have signed up for a marathon stage play that takes place in 24 hours and raises money for Urban Arts Partnership, which supports arts education in New York City's public schools. Seyfried is...
  • Disabled workers want jobs, too

    Disabled workers want jobs, too
    Caryma Josephs, 33, dreams of becoming a motivational speaker. Taylor Montagna, 24, would love to work in TV or movie production. Matthew Dyer, 28, would just like a job – he's been looking since graduating high school five years ago. "I'm very...