“If AEG is found liable, that puts these companies on the line for millions and billions of dollars, and it is already causing the industry to rethink how the structure is set up,” said Jo Piazza, the author of “Celebrity, Inc.” and a celebrity branding consultant.
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Some 900,000 U.S. households dropped cable in the past year, almost double the rate the year before, according to Moffett Research, a communications research company.
Entertainment Weekly reveals their picks for the best shows of 2012. Don’t agree? Check out the new issue of viewer picks!
In addition to flights being canceled and many homes and buildings without power, Hurricane Sandy has stopped production on several TV shows and films.
Cast your vote for your favorite fictional president in preparation for tonight’s debate (and November’s election day).
The man behind Buffy the Vampire Slayer and The Avengers film is returning to TV with an Avengers spin-off series.
Michael J. Fox fans—rejoice! The 51-year-old actor will star in a comedy being developed by Sony Pictures Television in 2013.
Former “Jersey Shore” cast member Mike ‘The Situation’ Sorrentino is facing a federal investigation into his finances.
We knew that Stevie Nicks was tied to a character’s plot on ‘American Horror Story: Coven’, but now the singer will be making an appearance on the show.