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'Prison Break' Returning with 'New Iteration'!

​Fox Entertainment President Michael Thorn told the press at the TCA, “We’re developing a new iteration of Prison Break. We’re really excited. We’ll be happy to share when we have more. 108 more words

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Fox's Dana Walden, Gary Newman Talk 'Shock' of Disney Deal, Decisions to Come

Fox’s Gary Newman kicked off the network’s executive session Thursday with a nod to the mouse in the room. As Newman welcomed reporters, the screens behind him displayed (heavily Photoshopped) images of him and his fellow Fox Television Group CEO Dana Walden enjoying themselves at Disneyland. 727 more words


Fox's Dana Walden & Gary Newman Talk Pending Disney Merger, FBC's & Their Own Future - TCA

Fox chairman Gary Newman tackled the topic of the proposed Disney acquisition of key Fox assets heads-on, with a “vacation photo” of him and fellow Fox chairman Dana Walden flanking Mickey Mouse. 877 more words


Fox Bosses On The Future Of 'The X-Files' - TCA

Will Fox be opening up more X-Files? According to Fox Television Group chairman and CEO Gary Newman at TCA today, it’s still TBD.

“You could’ve asked Chris (Carter), David (Duchovny) and Gillian (Anderson) at various times since the show originally premiered whether they would do more. 175 more words

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New Iteration Of 'Prison Break' In The Works At Fox -- TCA

At the top of today’s Fox TCA session, president of entertainment Michael Thorn told the press: “We’re developing a new iteration of Prison Break. We’re really excited. 93 more words

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Disney-Fox: What Happens To FBC, Will Disney Become OTT Powerhouse & How Will Teams & Cultures Mesh If Deal Makes

In what would be one of the most cataclysmic shakeups to ever happen to a traditional media company, 21st Century Fox is on the brink of selling the bulk of its assets — worth some $68 billion — to Disney. 2,229 more words

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The Fight for Equal Pay: Women, Minorities on TV Still Making Less Than White Men

July 31 was Black Women’s Equal Pay Day. Actress Yvette Nicole Brown marked the occasion — which recognizes the additional seven months that a black woman, on average, must work to make as much money as a white man does in a year — by swatting down Twitter trolls who claimed calling out the inequity was unnecessary. 2,341 more words