Investment in web series will hit $138 million by 2013
The industry in original content made for the web will grow rapidly over the next few years, according new research. Content Economics estimates that $46.9 million was spent in Europe and the US on producing web series last year and it forecasts that that total will rise to $138 million by 2013.
Cynthia Watros may stay on HOUSE permanently
Watros doesn’t kick off her multi-episode arc as Wilson’s first ex-wife and new girlfriend until April 17, but series creator David Shore says he’s already toying with the idea of keeping her around long-term. “We’re talking about that,” he tells me. “It depends what’s going to give us the most bang for our buck dramatically.”
Survey: 27% of married women have husbands who "rule the remote"
Only 4% of married women have total control of the remote, according to a Redbook survey.
David Hasselhoff's reality show heads to college psych class
Hasselhoff yesterday was at the University of Arizona, where his daughter is a student, speaking to a class on the "Structure of Mind and Behavior."
Lisa Rinna Apologizes for Criticizing Heidi Montag's Plastic Surgeries
"I apologize to Miss Montag if my words were taken and used against her in the press. I did not slam her or her surgeries for the record."