Robert and Michelle King, creators of CBS's 'The Good Wife,' are developing a female-led military drama for Showtime.
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FX has picked up Charlie Sheen's popular 'Anger Management' series for an additional 90 episodes.
'Drive' star Ryan Gosling has signed on to write and direct the dark fantasy 'How to Catch a Monster,' starring Christina Hendricks (Mad Men).
Warner Bros. has released the first clip of Batman's return in the long-awaited adaptation of 'The Dark Knight Returns.'
The graphic novel 'The Order' - about a team of superhero priests -is being adapted for the big screen by producer Scott Stuber (Ted).
David Fincher (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) has dropped out of directing the upcoming 'Cleopatra' biopic starring Angelina Jolie.
'The Dark Knight Rises' star Joseph Gordon-Levitt discusses the film's much-talked-about ending and his potential involvement in the series going forward.
Concept art for the 'Total Recall' remake has just been released online, depicting a future that is both visually stunning and plausible.
Original big-screen He-Man Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables 2) wants to take part in the reboot of 'Masters of the Universe.'
'American Pie 5' is reportedly underway at Universal - as the studio has secured a production deal with 'American Reunion' writer-directors, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg.
A new film takes a closer look at the making of 'Star Wars,' from the perspective of Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew.
CBS's long-running sitcom 'How I Met Your Mother' faces an uncertain future, as the possibility of a ninth season remains unresolved.
Comedy Central has finally given its longtime Roastmaster General a series of his own - 'The Burn with Jeff Ross' - set to debut next month.
Margo Martindale (Justified) and Ken Leung (Lost) join the cast of the second season of the CBS action-drama 'Person of Interest.'
HBO orders 'Hello Ladies,' a new comedy pilot from one of the co-creators of the British version of 'The Office.'
Comedy Central has renewed its satirical news shows, 'The Daily Show' and 'The Colbert Report,' as well as locked down their hosts - for at least the next couple of years.