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  • CBS brings back comic veteran Garry Marshall to help 'Odd Couple' remake

    CBS has brought in an expert to help launch its remake of "The Odd Couple" starring Matthew Perry: the legendary producer who adapted Neil Simon's Broadway play into the television series that starred Jack Klugman and Tony Randall.
  • Fall TV Ratings: Broadcast Nets Relieved As Viewers Show Up for Big Premieres

    What have we learned so far? One week into the 2014-15 television season, according to Nielsen's official game clock, the biggest headline for the broadcast nets is that they've been able to generate solid sampling for high-priority new shows such as...

    'Friends,' 'Go On' Writer Scott Silveri Sets Overall Deal with 20th TV

    Comedy writer Scott Silveri has inked a rich three-year overall deal with 20th Century Fox TV. Silveri, a highly sought-after showrunner, fielded offers from all of the major TV shops, a sign of the strong demand for experienced comedy scribes even as...

    Laura Benanti headlines Orlando Cabaret Festival

    Laura Benanti headlines Orlando Cabaret Festival
    Laura Benanti wants a bigger audience. Not just for herself, mind you, but for all theatrical endeavors. "I'm trying to do whatever I can to bring this art form to the next generation," the singer-actress says on the phone from her home in New York....

    Review: Laura Benanti at Orlando Cabaret Festival

     Review: Laura Benanti at Orlando Cabaret Festival
    Laura Benanti was born to be on stage. Not just because she could sing the entire score to Stephen Sondheim's "Follies" by the time she was 10. Or because she trick-or-treated while costumed as the leading lady from Sondheim's "Passion." No, it's...