A deadly real-world siege is the focus of a new drama series that’s in the works for TV. Spike TV announced that it has landed the event series “Waco” from Weinstein Television. The six-part series is based on the infamous...
Almost a year and a half after the end of Mad Men, the drama’s creator, Matthew Weiner, is now working on a new series. Weiner is teaming up with Amazon and The Weinstein Company for his next project. Little is known about the show, but Amazon has already given it a straight to series order. Show More Summary
Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is making the move to Amazon. Deadline reports that Weiner has signed a $70 million deal with the streaming service and The Weinstein Company, selling them on a new eight-episode drama. Details on the new...Show More Summary
The untitled contemporary series hails from The Weinstein Co. and landed at the streaming service with an eight-episode straight-to-series order. read more
The 'Friday Night Lights' grad will play cult leader David Koresh while Michael Shannon will play lead FBI negotiator Gary Noesner in The Weinstein Co. limited series. read more
After an intense bidding war between six outlets, Amazon and The Weinstein Company have jointly acquired an eight-episode anthology from Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner. The potential series—to be written and at least partially directed...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is returning to television with a high-profile new series. After heated bidding between six entities, we have learned that the project has landed at The Weinstein Company and Amazon to air on the streaming service, in a $70 million commitment for eight-episode straight-to-series order. Show More Summary
Spike TV has picked up rights to Waco, the Weinstein Television event series that will star Michael Shannon and Taylor Kitsch as David Koresh. The planned six-parter is based on the true story of the 1993 FBI siege of Koresh’s Branch...Show More Summary
To the editor: Many people voting for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump are simply voting against his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. Now Henry Weinstein, feeling bad about his 1968 write-in vote, is using similar logic to guilt third-party voters toward Clinton. (“In the Nixon-Humphrey...
For some reason, the Air Force Times allowed anti-Christian jihadist Mikey Weinstein of the mis-named Military Religious Freedom Foundation to write another of his fact-starved op-eds in their pages. Last week, the FBI managed to thwart a massive bombing in Kansas. The horrific plot was extensive, planned over eight months by three members of a […]
This is why Trump loves the uneducated. Over the weekend, The Blaze’s Tomi Lahren sat down with The Daily Caller’s Jamie Weinstein for an interview on Weinstein’s podcast. Over the nearly hour-long conversation, she hit on a number of topics related to her conservatism, her support of Donald Trump and his core message and her [...]
My colleague Henry Weinstein has written this LA Times oped. … Continue reading ?
On Monday, hundreds of adult film entertainers protested outside the AIDS Healthcare Foundation on Sunset Boulevard, below the office of CEO Michael Weinstein. Weinstein has put $5 million of AHF’s budget towards TV ads supporting controversial Proposition 60, which would require the use of condoms in adult films. Show More Summary
Billy Crystal didn't hold back when hosting Stronger Together, a star-studded Broadway fundraiser for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton that featured "the greatest collection of entertainers and stars since Harvey Weinstein's daughter's bat mitzvah," he joked. Show More Summary
Mrs. Betty Bowers, America's Best Christian™, just read some of the hate mail received by Mikey Weinstein of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.Because he fights against religious privilege in the military, you can guess he gets some nasty letters...
Post submitted by Michael Toumayan with contributions from Religion and Faith Program Intern Leah Weinstein Tradition is a key religio-cultural element in the Jewish faith that has bound together families and communities for centuries. Show More Summary
Alan Siegel wrote about The Simpsons villain Hank Scorpio and the episode “You Only Move Twice” for The Ringer, and talked to showrunner Josh Weinstein about Homer Simpson’s “Yes, once,” line when Scorpio asks if he’s ever seen a guy say goodbye to his shoe before. Show More Summary
In 2010, allegations over a stolen backpack changed one teen’s life forever. Now, Jay Z and The Weinstein Company are teaming up to bring that harrowing story to Spike TV. The six-part documentary series, entitled “TIME: The Kalief Browder...Show More Summary
Alexander Weinstein’s “Children of the New World” looks to our increasingly virtual lives.
Jay Z suits up while attending a press conference on Thursday (October 6) in New York City. The 46-year-old rapper was joined by producer Harvey Weinstein and Spike TV’s Kevin Kay to announced a documentary event series on Kalief Browder, who was held in solitary confinement for two years after allegedly stealing a backpack, a [...]