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NBA Playoffs Ratings: Round One Scores Third Best Result Ever

The first game of the first round of the NBA Playoffs yesterday were a win for the Cleveland Cavaliers and a win for ABC. The afternoon Eastern Conference match-up saw Lebron James and team beat the Boston Celtics 113 -100 on Sunday in their Ohio hometown. With a 4.5 rating among adults 18-49, the game also saw ABC score. Show More Summary

Academy Of Country Music Awards Viewership Best Since 1998, ‘A.D.’ Falls, ‘Revenge’ & ‘Last Man On Earth’ Steady

There were big wins for Miranda Lambert and co-host Luke Bryan as well as performances by Garth Brooks and George Strait and a heartfelt presentation to Taylor Swift from her own mother last night at the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards (3.6/11). Show More Summary

Mitch Pileggi Confirms Return To ‘The X-Files’ Event Series

David Duchovny told David Letterman earlier this month that Mitch Pileggi would reprise his role as Walter Skinner on The X-Files revival on Fox and today Pileggi made it official. He confirmed that he will join stars Duchovny and Gillian...Show More Summary

‘High Maintenance’ Pot Dealer Web Comedy Moves To HBO With Series Order

Vimeo’s web comedy series High Maintenance is crossing over to TV with a six-episode order by HBO. Additionally, the primium cable network will make the existing 19 episodes of the show available later this year on HBO, HBO NOW and HBO...Show More Summary

Hot ‘Hamilton’ Star To Madonna: No Selfie For Madame Rudeness

Every Broadway actor (not to mention theatergoer) endures the modern-day scourge of mobile phones that go off in the middle of a solo and the distraction of Tinkerbell lights as people in the audience simply must check email and text during the performance. Show More Summary

Deadline Studio @ Tribeca Film Festival Day Four: Adam Pally, Theo Rossi And More

Our fourth and final day hosting the Deadline Studio at the Tribeca Film Festival got off to a quick start when the cast and crew of the documentary Very Semi-Serious came by for pics: cartoonists Mort Gerberg and Liana Finck (with masks...Show More Summary

Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger may hinge on Internet service expansion

Comcast Corp.'s bid to win state approval to purchase Time Warner Cable could hinge on whether the company becomes a generous corporate citizen.

REWIND: The New Music Industry’s Week In Review

Apple's Streaming Music Launch Plans: $9.99, $14.99 Tiers, Lots Of Exclusives Mumford & Sons Refuse To Join TIDAL's "Tribalist Commercial Bullshit" Believe Digital Acquires TuneCore Fair Play, Fair Pay Act Of 2015 Introduced To Congress Vinyl Albums Show A 37% Sales Increase In 2015 Prior To Record Store Day Despite...

‘Full House’ Return A Go On Netflix, John Stamos Tells Jimmy Kimmel

That Full House revival is set, says John Stamos, one of the stars of the original version of the long-running sitcom, in a conversation tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live.  The new show will include 13 episodes, beginning with a one-hour special that’s effectively a reunion. Show More Summary

‘Inside Amy Schumer’ Renewed For Season 4 By Comedy Central

On the night of its Season 3 premiere, Comedy Central’s series Inside Amy Schumer has been renewed for a fourth season. Schumer made the announcement on Late Show with David Letterman tonight. It’s been a big week or so for Schumer,Show More Summary

Jon Stewart’s Last Day On ‘The Daily Show:’ August 6

The countdown officially begins: Jon Stewart will depart as host of The Daily Show on August 6, he announced in tonight’s show. Stewart had previously said he would step down after more than a decade as the show’s host. After endless speculation, Comedy Central announced (soon setting off plenty…

Diva Renée Fleming Makes Broadway Debut As Diva in ‘Living On Love’ – Review

Sometimes, what happens in Williamstown really oughtta stay in Williamstown. That Berkshires berg with its annual summer theater festival has been sending shows to Broadway left (The Elephant Man, a hit earlier this season) and right (The Visit, opening later this week). Show More Summary

Cathy Schulman Heads To STX Entertainment As Top Production Exec

Cathy Schulman, who has worked at Mandalay Entertainment for the past eight years overseeing the company’s slate, has exited her post and will be named as the top production exec at upstart studio STX Entertainment, effective immediately. Show More Summary

Cathy Schulman Named President Of Production At STX Entertainment

Cathy Schulman, who has worked at Mandalay Entertainment as its head of production, has left to join upstart studio STX Entertainment, effective immediately. She will oversee production of the 12 to 15 films planned for the STX slate as well as feature development. Show More Summary

Christopher Nolan: “‘Snow White’ Absolutely Terrified Me” – Tribeca Film Fest

Bennett Miller went mano-a-mano with Christopher Nolan Monday evening before a packed, film-crazy crowd at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center as part of the Tribeca Film Festival. Actually, it was more bromance than smackdown, as Miller...Show More Summary

CinemaCon: Barco Exec Says Laser Projection Costs Will Be "Competitive" Within the Year

"It's about getting the pricing so that it's competitive with Xenon," Todd Hoddick said during a panel. read more

‘The Overnight’ Trailer: SoCal Swingers, Social Awkwardness

After several years spent playing the most wholesome man in Indiana on NBC’s Parks and Recreation, it makes sense that Adam Scott’s resume is filling up with roles that go a full 180 from Ben Wyatt. His latest, The Overnight, a very well-received sex comedy that provoked a minor bidding war this year at Sundance, finally has a trailer. Show More Summary

Warner Bros. pushes 'Pan' from summer to fall for 'breathing room'

Facing a crowded summer blockbuster season, Warner Bros. has decided to move its live action Peter Pan film to the fall. 

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