Exec-producing the Grammys requires a complex collaboration of diverse minds. Let's run down some of the key players. There's Ken Ehrlich, the experienced field general able to marshal all kinds of…
Ken Ehrlich isn't as synonymous with the Emmys as he is with the Grammys, but he does have the right Emmy mindset. "I think a degree in psychology is always the first thing for anybody in television…
NBC’s live revival of “The Sound of Music” averaged 18.5 million viewers Thursday, handily beating competitors in the Big Four throughout its three-hour telecast. The Carrie Underwood-starrer peaked…
“Orange Is the New Black” received four nominations and “House of Cards” three for the WGA Awards in television, which will be presented Feb. 1. The digitally distributed Netflix series were…
Comedy legend Bill Cosby was launching his own career as a standup in the early 1960s and spent time at the Greenwich Village clubs that form the backdrop of the Coen brothers' latest film, "Inside…
"I'm not trepidatious because I want to say 'pussy' on NBC, I just want to be able to be far out and not worry that people won't like it in Poughkeepsie."
Even in jest, it was pretty strange that Sarah Silverman would get mocked for her years, as she was at September's Comedy Central roast of James Franco, because she seems to be aging at a rate far…
The museum's two main exhibition spaces will be named the Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg Gallery and the Spielberg Family Gallery.
Dwyane Wade has made 343 threes in a career that has sent him to nine NBA All-Star Games, but his next attempt will put him on an entirely different court.
Need a milestone for the last time a live Cosby performance was recorded for air? You'd be hard-pressed to find a better one than this: "The Cosby Show" hadn't yet premiered on NBC.