"How I Met Your Mother" is a show created by two fans of traditional sitcoms who had no real experience writing traditional sitcoms.
When you name your show "How I Met Your Mother," you have to expect a certain number of questions from fans and reporters about when the mother might be met.
TV critic Alan Sepinwall chooses his favorite episodes.
As it time for the broadcast networks to retire the "Gone Fishing" sign when it comes to scripted summer programming?
David Zabel has been writing for "ER" for seven years and has risen to the rank of showrunner. Other than John Wells and medical consultant-turned-writer Joe Sachs, no writer has more experience with…
As happens often in horror stories, TNT's "Nightmares and Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King" began with an experiment. "We wanted to see if we could do eight completely separate movies,"…
In the old days of TV, it was easy to tell heroes and villains apart: The hero was wearing a white hat, the villain a black one. But as television has become more dramatically complex, so has the…
The highlight reel of Doug Herzog's time in the broadcast network business isn't long, but it has a familiar theme song: They Might Be Giants' "Boss of Me," which accompanied the opening credits of…
Inevitably, there comes a moment in every young cable channel's life when its voice drops a little and it realizes that it's growing up and has to branch out.
The easiest way to get an Emmy nomination is to have already gotten an Emmy nomination, which is why some quarters of the TV Academy have been pushing for a return of the new series award, last seen…
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300: Rise of an Empire1Daily:$3.9M Cumulative:$48.9M Warner Brothers -66.23%
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Daily:$2.2M Cumulative:$34.4M Fox / DreamWorks Animation -77.26%
Non-Stop3Daily:$1.3M Cumulative:$53.9M Universal Pictures -67.83%