In the lawsuit, the producers claim that Sony has stiffed them by forcing Corday to absorb budgetary deficits and failing to offer the show for sale in certain foreign and ancillary markets. Corday said that it has partnered with Sony on “Days of Our Lives” by splitting both the profits from the series and any costs in excess of the budget, which is financed by NBC.
The old switcheroo. Four years ago, Michelle Stafford left her role as Phyllis on “Young and Restless.” She checked into “General Hospital” to play Nina. Nina was in a coma for over 20 years. At […]
CULTURE 5:12 PM PDT 3/25/2019 by Mike Barnes The co-founder of Argyle Television made a huge donation to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles in 2005. Blake Byrne, a co-founder and former president […]
President Trump says SO much, every day, that people sometimes suffer from Trump overload. Others choose their words more carefully, in the hopes that they’ll have more impact — and I think that’s what Hillary […]