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Television Producer Jan DeWitt Lists Secluded Santa Barbara Retreat

Veteran television producer Jan DeWitt has listed his rustic canyon retreat in the ruggedly affluent foothills above Santa Barbara, Calif., with an asking price of almost $1.7 million. Tax records indicate that DeWitt, who produced dozens of episodes of the late 1990s series “The Pretender” and the early Aughts series “Judging Amy” before he went […]

‘The Wire’ wins Classic Television Award at American Black Film Festival: ‘It captured the zeitgeist of the time’

Pierce, who played William “The Bunk” Moreland on the show, said when filming started in 2002, nobody could have ever imagined the success. Article source:

Steve Stark Named President of Newly Formed MGM/UA Television

The newly formed MGM/UA Television label has found a president in Steve Stark, who previously served as MGM’s president of scripted television production and development. MGM Worldwide Television Group chairman Mark Burnett made the announcement late Friday, adding that Stark has extended his contract with the studio as part of his new role. “We are […]

Lake Bell Signs Pod Deal With 20th Century Fox Television

Lake Bell has signed a new pod deal with 20th Century Fox Television, the studio announced Monday. Under the production overall pact, the “Bless This Mess” star’s Lake Bell Prod. will create new TV projects for the studio, which is a label of Disney Television Studios. “Lake Bell is a creative force of nature whose […]

At Just $25, This DVD Set of Every Twin Peaks Episode Is a Damn Fine Deal

Whether you watched Twin Peaks when it first aired in 1990, or discovered it when its highly anticipated third season debuted in 2017, any fan will tell you that David Lynch and Mark Frost’s surreal, unsettling series is one of the greatest television shows of all time. What starts out as an investigation into the […]

Sam Rockwell Signs First-Look Deal With MGM/UA Television (Exclusive)

The newly formed MGM/UA Television has made its first deal. The Steve Stark-led studio has signed Oscar-winning actor Sam Rockwell and producing partner Mark Berger’s Play Hooky Productions to a first-look pact. Stark, who has extended his contract at MGM, is overseeing the division formerly known as MGM Scripted Television. “Over the last several years, […]

What’s on TV Sunday: ‘Better Call Saul’ and Dwyane Wade

The fifth season of “Better Call Saul” lands on AMC, while a new documentary on the basketball star Dwyane Wade debuts on ESPN. What’s on TV BETTER CALL SAUL 10 p.m. on AMC. When the fourth season of this “Breaking Bad” prequel wrapped up in 2018, The New York Times’s David Segal expressed high hopes […]

Arts & Leisure Editor recommends international television series on Netflix

By Danielle Rice || Arts Leisure Editor Photo courtesy of With the recent winning of foreign film Parasite for the Best-Picture Academy Award, it’s a great time to appreciate filmmaking work from other countries. International television series can be a great way to learn more about a different culture and language through the context […]

Television sitcom, ‘Making it…in Ohio’, holding auditions in Cleveland

CLEVELAND — A new television sitcom is holding auditions in Cleveland this weekend.  Conrad Studios is looking for people to participate in their new series, ‘Making it…in Ohio.’  According to the sitcoms Facebook Page, the series will follow a group of film makers from Cleveland that band together to create a short film that will […]

Television: NBC10 leading the way as local news comes back to prime time

After almost five decades, Philadelphia once more has a local 7 p.m. newscast. Channel 10 launched it new half-hour program last week. The show extends the NBC station’s evening news reach and marks a breakthrough in 7-8 p.m. programming by a local entity. For now, the show is in test mode. That makes sense. News […]