BritBox to Offer Near-Simulcasts, ‘BritMas’ Content for Holiday Season

"U.K. television has a rich tradition of celebrating the holidays in a big way," says Soumya Sriraman, president of the BBC Worldwide and ITV subscription VOD service.read more

BritBox to Offer Near-Simulcasts, “BritMas” Content for Holiday Season

"U.K. television has a rich tradition of celebrating the holidays in a big way," said Soumya Sriraman, president of the BBC Worldwide and ITV subscription VOD service.read more

NBC Adapting German Sitcom ‘Danni Lowinski’ for U.S.

'Glee' and 'Scream Queens' co-creator Ian Brennan is working on the show about a working-class lawyer who runs her practice out of a mall kiosk with Tariq Jalil’s Intrigue...

TV Director Diversity Increases, But Some Studios Lag, Says DGA Report

Fox is doing well, while Netflix is still behind when it comes to diversity in directing slots.read more

NBC News Booker Matt Zimmerman Fired Amid Misconduct Claims

The allegations of inappropriate conduct were brought to the attention of human resources recently.read more

HBO Launches Standalone Streaming Service in Four Central European Countries

The direct-to-consumer HBO Go service is available in Hungary, Romania, the Czech Republic and Slovakia with such hit shows as 'Game of Thrones,' 'Westworld' and 'Silicon Valley.'read more

BBC Won’t Air Agatha Christie Adaptation With Ed Westwick Amid Sexual Assault Claims

The actor also stops filming BBC comedy 'White Gold.'read more

Ilia Calderon Named Co-Anchor of Univision’s Evening Newscast

She'll replace Maria Elena Salinas, who stepped down from 'Noticiero Univision' last summer.read more

Toni Collette Leads Cast of BBC, Netflix’s ‘Wanderlust’

The streaming giant boards the six-part drama, which is described as "an exploration of the relationships of a multi-generational family" that "asks whether lifelong monogamy is possible – or...

BBC Bosses Quizzed on Gender Pay Gap, Competition From Streaming Giants

Director general Tony Hall and others in the U.K. parliament also discussed the public broadcaster's efforts to combat harassment and bullying.read more

U.K. Media Regulator Rules Fox News Breached Impartiality Rules

Ofcom said it continued to investigate complaints about Fox News shows came in before the channel stop airing in the U.K.read more

Rome Film Fest: Tom Tykwer on What’s Next for ‘Babylon Berlin’

The German director says he is moving ahead with season three of the period show, which he believes holds an important lesson for contemporary Europe.read more

WME’s Adam Venit On Leave Over Terry Crews’ Sexual Harassment Claim

The actor and WME client tweeted Oct. 10 of a "high-level Hollywood executive" who groped him at a party last year.read more

John Turturro, Rupert Everett to Star in TV Version of ‘The Name of the...

Germany's Tele Munchen Group and Italy's 11 Marzo, Palomar and RAI Fiction will co-produce the $30 million, eight-hour limited series based on the Umberto Eco best-seller. read more

British Content “Under Serious Threat” From Netflix & Co., BBC Boss Says

"Their investment decisions are likely to focus increasingly on a narrow range of very expensive, very high-end content," Tony Hall says about streaming giants and warns of a $660...