Yep, he quotes "Star Wars" — "Strike me down, you will only make me more powerful" — and casts himself as a Jedi knight. Or Jesus. You can never quite tell with him.
The juicy parts in Amy Wallace's lengthy GQ profile of Chris Albrecht largely have to do with sex and boardroom shenanigans: The former HBO chief talks publicly for the first time about the…
In 2011, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and other leading-edge members of the baby boomers -- the massive post-war generation born from 1946 to '64 -- will do an amazing thing: They'll turn 65.
A slick but dizzyingly busy Disney XD animated program.
The other night I saw documentarian Alex Gibney's film "Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer," and it got me wondering: Where's the Eliot Spitzer featured in that movie in the former pol's…
CBS has downplayed perceptions that "The Talk" — the network's new daytime talk show, featuring a variety of women who share the common bond of motherhood — isn't just a poor woman's version of ABC's…
"Mad Men" closed a truly great fourth season on Sunday, with a final hour (and go away right now if you haven't watched it yet) that pulled its one big twist almost entirely out of left field. The…
Although the story received national attention, there's still considerable value in "Death by Fire," an Oct. 19 "Frontline" documentary about how the state of Texas likely executed an innocent man…
There's something inherently clever about the premise for "Tower Prep."
Anyone who covers TV and media is inundated almost daily by announcements regarding new technology -- so much so that there's a tendency to zone them out.
One of the advantages of hiring new reporters is that old trends can be rediscovered and become minty fresh all over again. So it is with the Wall Street Journal's Amy Chozick, whose…