Lea Michele will be the first to admit that playing Rachel, the "Glee" girl whose vocal ability is matched only by her ambitions, isn't that much of a stretch.
On ABC's new hit single-camera mocu-comedy "Modern Family," Eric Stonestreet plays the flamboyant Cameron, who has just adopted a baby girl with his partner of five years.
For organizers of the 25th edition of Mipcom, the focus this year won't be on who isn't coming.
Sarah Silverman loves to audition for projects, if for no other reason than to show people she's not like the character she plays on her Comedy Central television show.
If lead actor in a comedy is the topic of discussion, two words immediately come to mind: Tony Shalhoub.
This year's supporting actor drama nominees include a mad man, a bad man, two past winners and a pair of very different first-time hopefuls.
Unless Dianne Wiest pulls off back-to-back victories, the supporting actress drama category will go to either one of the three Emmy newcomers or one of two often-nominated cast members from "Grey's…
Limited to two nominations because of the number of miniseries submitted for contention, Emmy voters made a pact with quality over quantity this year.
When "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" opened last month, film critics responded with an almost uniform revulsion, with Rolling Stone's Peter Travers going so far as to say that Michael Bay's…
Tina Fey wasn't the only "Saturday Night Live" cast member to get a bounce from the 2008 presidential election.
Shohreh Aghdashloo says she'd devote a great portion of her memoirs to the 2½ months she spent in Tunisia playing Saddam Hussein's wife in the four-hour HBO-BBC co-produced miniseries "House of…