"The following is a recording of a conversation that took place at The White House. It has not been edited," says the narrator in a deep sober voice. A grainy tape recording follows: "PRESIDENT: So…
Comic-Con is just around the corner, meaning Hollywood's glitterati will soon be schlepping down to San Diego to rub elbows (albeit from a safe distance) with 125,000 enthusiastic fans and rabid…
Alexandra Pelosi's sixth film for HBO is the most potentially emotional, but it also flirts with an awkward line by using children in such a documentary exercise that, clearly, is crafted to make a…
BBC America's "Being Human" remains particular enough in its quirks that you cringe at the prospect of a planned U.S. version for Syfy.
Creator-writer Matthew Weiner eases into the new season, deftly weaving ample humor into the preem.
"Boring" came to mind with frequency during "Lucky."
The fourth season premiere screener of "Mad Men" included the following note from AMC: ***PLEASE DON'T BE A SPOIL SPORT! As always, we kindly request that you refrain from revealing any storyline…
There's an inherent problem with reality TV — namely, that most of it doesn't feel very real. The Catch-22 is that for something to feel truly real, it often has to feature people who aren't…
Pay television is increasingly discovering the value of visiting strange and exotic worlds. And no, that isn't a reference to Baltimore or New Orleans.
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Leslie Moonves sat for an interview with Variety's Peter Bart on "In the House," his Encore talk show about the movie business, which premiered Thursday and repeats July 18. The CBS CEO had some…