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RCN, SPT partner for Lady

The life of Colombian film star Lady Tabares will be turned into a telenovela for RCN Television.

RCN has partnered with Sony Pictures Television for Lady, La Vendedora de Rosas (70×60′), which follows the true story of the singer’s rise from the ghettos of Medellín to worldwide fame as an actress, until she and her boyfriend are implicated in the murder of a local taxi driver. 73 more words


'The Goldbergs: The Complete First Season' Debuts on DVD September 9th From Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has officially announced the DVD release of ‘The Goldbergs: The Complete First Season’ on September 9th. The title will be a DVD only release, with no Blu-Ray scheduled. 706 more words


today's birthday: Lizzie Borden (1860)

Lizzie Borden (1860)

Borden is best known for her suspected involvement in the brutal axe murders of her father and stepmother in 1892. The killings took place in the family home and were discovered by Borden—or so she claimed. 50 more words

Sony Pictures Television, RCN Co-Produce ‘Lady, la vendedora de Rosas’

BOGOTA — Expanding still further its production alliances with top Latin broadcasters, Sony Pictures Television will team with Colombian broadcast network RCN Television to co-produce TV series “Lady, la Vendedora de Rosas,” about the real-life rise and fall of actress Lady Tabares. 449 more words


Sony Crackle to Release Original Drama Series 'Sequestered' in Two Batches

Crackle, the online network of Sony Pictures Television, announced that the first six episodes of original drama series “Sequestered” will debut Aug. 5, holding the back half of the series until October. 217 more words


TV Review: 'Masters of Sex,' Season 2

“Masters of Sex” turned out to be a wonderfully clever act of deception – a period soap opera, set against an organically salacious backdrop. This Showtime drama about the pioneering work of sex researchers Masters & Johnson returns for a second season with all of its charms intact, juggling an assortment of plots built around sexuality, including the inherent lie in how the principals try to characterize their ongoing affair as “research.” In that respect, at least – the idea that sex can’t be clinically divorced from emotion – this handsomely produced series is about as conservative as anything on TV. 367 more words


NBC signs up for another Night Shift

NBC has placed an early second season order for medical drama The Night Shift.

The summer series, which debuted on May 27 to 7.67 million viewers, stars Eoin Macken, Ken Leung, Brendan Fehr, Jill Flint, Robert Bailey Jr., Jeananne Goossen, JR Lemon, Daniella Alonso and Freddy Rodriguez. 26 more words