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  • Spanish-Language Telenovela 'Camelia la Texana' to Premiere on Netflix

    The hit Spanish-language telenovela "Camelia la Texana" will premiere exclusively on Netflix. Based on Los Tigres del Norte's song "Contrabando y Traición," the 70s-set drama follows a young, scorned woman from San Antonio (played by Mexican actress...
  • Starz Original 'Power' Ends on Ratings High, to Get Encore Run

    Original Starz drama "Power," which had been picking up ratings steam in July and has been especially popular among African-Americans, surged Saturday night in its finale to hit series highs that more than doubled the audience of its premiere....
  • TV Summit: Programmers, Distributors in Tug of War Over Access to Viewing Data

    There's no hotter commodity in the programming business these days than data. The tidal wave of demographic and viewing data that is collected by various players in the multiplatform world has become the Holy Grail for programmers who are desperate to...
  • About 305,000 Americans Cancelled Pay TV in Q2 -- And That's Good News

    The U.S. pay-TV market collectively lost a net of about 305,000 subscribers in the second quarter of 2014, historically the weakest period for the sector, according to estimates from research firm MoffettNathanson. But that's actually an improvement over...
  • Netflix Originals 'House of Cards,' 'Orange Is the New Black' Watched by Fewer Than Half of Subs, Study Finds

    The vast majority of Netflix customers have heard about the streamer's heavily hyped original series "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black" -- but a smaller number of them have actually watched either show. Despite high awareness, fewer than half...
  • Beyond 'Orange is the New Black': 8 eye-opening prison books

    Beyond 'Orange is the New Black': 8 eye-opening prison books
    Like a lot of people, I got sucked in by the Netflix series "Orange Is the New Black": the totally backstabby soap operatic twists, Lea DeLaria's comedic awesomeness as Big Boo, the luminosity of Samira Wiley as Poussey (memo to execs: please cast her...
  • The Best of This Year's Emmy Campaigns

    Hard work deserves recognition. And in showbiz, there is no better recognition than an award. So here are the first Emmy Tubthump Awards, which salute the innovative and/or goofy work of Emmy campaigners -- those people who work hard to make sure that you...
  • Lionsgate earnings beat expectations, but revenue falls with fewer releases

    Lionsgate, the studio behind the “Hunger Games” franchise, reported a better-than-expected profit of $43.3 million, spurred in part by lower marketing costs. The Santa Monica studio released two films during the first quarter compared with...
  • 'Orange Is the New Black' Stars Talk Audition Memories, Nudity and Writers' Room Secrets

    In a deft demonstration of corporate synergy, Netflix tapped new talkshow host Chelsea Handler to moderate a Q&A for "Orange Is the New Black," the streaming service's Emmy-nominated dramedy, on Monday night. The "For Your Consideration" panel, held at...
  • MICA to launch master's program for filmmakers

    MICA to launch master's program for filmmakers
    The Maryland Institute College of Art announced Wednesday that it will launch a master's program in filmmaking and will run it out of a historic Station North theater that will be home to both MICA and the Johns Hopkins University's film programs. The...
  • The Men Behind Emmy's Lead Actresses Discuss Their Co-Stars

    The old adage says behind every powerful man is a strong woman, but the opposite also rings true for the Emmy-nominated lead actresses who are playing complex characters juggling leadership roles and personal lives. From Kerry Washington's D.C. fixer...