It's called Utopia.
Will CBS’s impending decision about Elementary be elementary? What’s the 411 on Brooklyn Nine-Nine? We predict the fates of 30 shows still in limbo.
From their Walking Dead and Breaking Bad spinoffs to their future slate to how they're handling Netflix competition.
Which is not saying much.
Netflix has abandoned pilots, and some networks are doing it, too, betting it will make TV better and cheaper.
He won't be in most episodes of season five.
Let's start with an over-reliance on franchises.
Brad Pitt's zombie movie isn't Hollywood's first rough rodeo.
There's a reason the networks spend so much on shrimp and Stoli every spring, and it's not that they like to party.
He's making another push for à la carte billing.
At least it opened before this weekend's Oz movie. That's the only positive we can find here.
The English version will be out in the States on April 19.
Vulture has learned that the studio has taken the unusual step of hiring two different screenwriters to work on dueling Mummy scripts.
Cate Blanchett is still attached as the wicked stepmother.
Ron Howard is in early talks for a movie based on a Nathaniel Philbrick book.
Abrams's Bad Robot is developing the film at Paramount.
With Spielberg possibly as executive producer.
The Ivan Reitman project was dead until it topped last year's Black List.
Twitter and Nielsen have announced a new kind of social-media rating to measure active viewership. Yes, but how does that affect Community?