To understand the significance of the Justice brand of A&E's programming, it pays to talk with Bill Kurtis.
When Abbe Raven became executive vice president and general manager of A&E in fall 2002, she had a challenge on her hands with the "Biography" series that was somewhat akin to retrofitting the QE2.
In the world of comicbook superheroes, it's pretty hard to come up with supernatural powers that haven't already been employed by one savior of humanity or another.
Alan Rosenberg didn't go into acting just to be an entertainer. "There's a potential for a deeper experience," says the co-star of the CBS series "The Guardian."
It's no secret that in the minds of actors, TV has long been considered a second-class option when compared to the prestige of film work. But there are several actors giving exceptional performances…
For Penny Johnson Jerald, one of the side effects of playing venomous first lady Sherry Palmer on the Fox series "24" is having fans stare her down to see if she really can smile.
Latin media conglom Claxson, which is struggling South of the Border, is quietly making inroads into the U.S.
When boy genius James Isaac Neutron was but a glimmer in the eyes of execs at Nickelodeon, television was not the first priority. Neutron first emerged online, then showed up in a theatrical release…
The three half-ton wrestlers starring in the cartoon series "Super Duper Sumos" may not stand out as purveyors of educational thought, yet the trio is providing some lessons for buyers and sellers of…