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11 items from 2016


Sony Says No Protection for Spaniards Who "Blurted Out" Time-Travel Drama

23 November 2016 1:09 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Sony Pictures is turning back the clock to rehash one of its favorite legal arguments.

The studio is defending a lawsuit that accuses it of ripping off the Spanish drama El Ministerio del Tiempo to create the NBC time-travel drama Timeless. Specifically, Onza Partners alleges it met with a partner at the Gersh Agency at an international television conference in April 2015 and secured help in packaging an American version of the show. Now, the Spanish producer is suing for copyright infringement and breach of implied contract.

The copyright claims are fairly straightforward. A judge will have to decide whether allegations of appropriated expression are sufficiently »

- Eriq Gardner

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Pepe Nacif, Francisco Gonzalez Compean, Rodrigo Santos and Ramiro Ruiz Team On ‘Diablo Guardian’ For Blim

12 November 2016 4:00 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Los Cabos, Mexico – In its continued bid to ramp up its original content, Televisa’s budding Svod platform Blim has tapped Mexican film producers Jose Nacif (“Gimme the Power”), Ramiro Ruiz (“Gueros”) Francisco Gonzalez Compean (“Amores Perros”) and Rodrigo Santos (“La Dictadura Perfecta”) to produce the TV adaptation of iconic bestseller “Diablo Guardian” by Xavier Velasco.

“People said it was impossible to adapt,” said Gonzalez Compean of the coming-of-age story. “Diablo Guardian” tracks an upper class teen from Mexico City who absconds with a large sum of money to New York and Las Vegas where her life spirals into a world of prostitution, drugs and dangerous men when the funds dry up.

Currently in production, the 10-episode series stars Paulina Gaitan (“Sin Nombre,” “Narcos”) and Adrian Ladron (“Gueros,” “The 4th Company”). Shot in English and Spanish, the project was presented at the 5th Los Cabos Int’l Film Festival on Saturday, »

- Anna Marie de la Fuente

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Pepe Nacif, Francisco Gonzalez Compean, Rodrigo Santos and Ramiro Ruiz Team On ‘Diablo Guardian’ For Blim

12 November 2016 4:00 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Los Cabos, Mexico – In its continued bid to ramp up its original content, Televisa’s budding Svod platform Blim has tapped Mexican film producers Jose Nacif (“Gimme the Power”), Ramiro Ruiz (“Gueros”) Francisco Gonzalez Compean (“Amores Perros”) and Rodrigo Santos (“La Dictadura Perfecta”) to produce the TV adaptation of iconic bestseller “Diablo Guardian” by Xavier Velasco.

“People said it was impossible to adapt,” said Gonzalez Compean of the coming-of-age story. “Diablo Guardian” tracks an upper class teen from Mexico City who absconds with a large sum of money to New York and Las Vegas where her life spirals into a world of prostitution, drugs and dangerous men when the funds dry up.

Currently in production, the 10-episode series stars Paulina Gaitan (“Sin Nombre,” “Narcos”) and Adrian Ladron (“Gueros,” “The 4th Company”). Shot in English and Spanish, the project was presented at the 5th Los Cabos Int’l Film Festival on Saturday, November »

- Anna Marie de la Fuente

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Law & Order: Svu Recap: Second Verse, Worse Than the First

28 September 2016 7:07 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Need to catch up? Check out last week’s Law & Order: Svu recap here.

Vice President Joe Biden swings by this week’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit to congratulate Olivia and the unit on their work freeing a man wrongly convicted of sexual assault. The veep is there to draw attention to the national rape-kit backlog — a worthy cause — but given the way the hour ends… perhaps it’s a good thing Biden hops on Air Force Two well before the episode gets underway, eh?

Read on as we review the major action in “Making a Rapist.”

RelatedNBC Orders Little Big Shots Spinoff, »

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Jennifer Lopez to Serve as Judge and Mentor on NBC's World of Dance

28 September 2016 8:30 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Jennifer Lopez, who was previously announced as an executive producer on NBC’s forthcoming World of Dance competition series, will now also participate in an on-screen capacity.

RelatedThe Voice Recap: Wide Open Races

The former American Idol judge will return to the world of reality-tv as both a judge and mentor in the 10-episode series, which will invite skilled dancers of all ages to compete for a chance to win $1 million and the title of “Best in the World.”

“I identify with the struggles, passion, discipline, competition and exhilaration of dance,” Lopez said in a statement. “I am excited that »

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NBC's Timeless Sued by Creators of Spain's El Ministerio del Tiempo

27 September 2016 6:44 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Three weeks after reports first surfaced that the producers of Spain’s time-travel series El Ministerio del Tiempo (The Ministry of Time) were considering legal action against NBC’s Timeless, a lawsuit has been filed, claiming that the Peacock drama’s producers, Eric Kripke and Shawn Ryan, in concert with Sony Pictures Television and NBC Universal, “conspired to steal” and ultimately “ripped off” their concept.

VideosTimeless Promo Features Many Clothes Calls as Heroes Skip Through History

NBC’s Timeless follows a female history professor, a soldier and a scientist who are recruited by a mysterious government organization to travel »

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‘Timeless’ Creators Shawn Ryan & Eric Kripke Sued Over “Ripped Off” Format

27 September 2016 5:49 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

A Spanish company is suing Sony, NBCUniversal and Timeless creators Shawn Ryan and Eric Kripke, claiming that they pilfered the idea for NBC’s new time-travel drama. Onza Entertainment claims the series was “ripped off” from its copyrighted format El Ministerio del Tiempo (The Department of Time), for which the company says it was in negotiations with Sony to produce an American version. The suit says the Spanish format “relates to the adventures of a… »

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Producer Claims NBC’s ‘Timeless’ Infringes on Spanish Series

27 September 2016 5:18 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

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The Spanish producer of a time travel series claims in a federal copyright infringement lawsuit that NBC’s upcoming “Timeless” is a ripoff of their show.

The series is set to debut on Oct. 3. A press screening of one of the episodes is scheduled on the Sony lot on Wednesday.

The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles on Tuesday, claims that Onza Partners, producers of the Spanish series “El Ministerio del Tiempo” contend that their storyline was stolen for “Timeless,” in which a trio travels through time to try to stop a criminal trying to alter the course of history.

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages as well as a preliminary and permanent injunction prohibiting the “production and/or distribution (in any form or medium whatsoever) of any episodes” of “Timeless,” including the pilot. But the producers are not filing a separate application for a temporary restraining order to immediately halt the series »

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NBC's 'Timeless' Hit With Copyright Lawsuit

27 September 2016 4:41 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Just days before its series premiere, Timeless is facing an untimely copyright lawsuit in California federal court.  Spanish producer Onza Partners claims the NBC series is a ripoff of El Ministerio del Tiempo, the story of a three-person government team who travels to time to change the past, according to the complaint filed Tuesday. Onza principal Gonzalo Sagardia met with Gersh partner Roy Ashton at an international television conference in April 2015, seeking his help in packaging an American version of the show. Sagardia gave Ashton a DVD and other promotional materials with the understanding that, if the agent

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- Ashley Cullins

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Gina Rodriguez Reveals Rap Alter-Ego, Channels Nicki Minaj on Fallon

27 September 2016 6:16 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Before she was Jane the Virgin, Gina Rodriguez was Nyu’s biggest rap sensation — sort of.

The Golden Globe-winning actress on Monday appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where she acknowledged “Cutz,” the alias she used whilst performing hip-hop at various college parties. Eventually, Fallon asked that she show off her ability to drop a rhyme, at which point she called on The Roots to accompany her on Nicki Minaj’s “Super Bass.”

VideosGina Rodriguez Channels Lil Wayne in Nsfw Lip Sync Battle Performance

Press Play on the video above to watch Rodriguez bring the house down, »

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San Sebastian: European Film Forum Analyses Youth Auds, Measuring Digital Success

18 September 2016 9:21 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

San Sebastian — Two of Europe’s oldest type of TV network, public broadcasters Nrk and Rtve, shared center stage with Movistar Plus, one of Europe’s new game-changing operators, at San Sebastian’s European Film Forum on Sunday morning.

Unlike its Venice counterpart, where Commissioner Gunther Oettinger expounded on a step-by-step, targeted approach to a unified digital market in Europe, the San Sebastian Forum, entitled Audiences in Motion, had a more practical bent, examining best-case practices and strategies for reaching youth and international audiences, and how to measure success.

That is a matter of urgent concern. The theatrical film market share for non-national European films in the European Union is around 10%, compared to up to 70% for American films, said Martin Dawson, deputy head of unit at the European Commission’s Media Program.

Also “People under 30 have a tendency to avoid traditional media like cinemas and TV,” reflected keynote speaker Stefan Schmitz at Avalon, »

- John Hopewell

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