FX drama “Rescue Me” will launch its seventh and final season with a 10 p.m. July 13 premiere, with the show airing on Wednesdays this year. The season finale is expected to air Sept. 7, within days…
Day 2 of Variety Road to the Emmys coverage brings a focus on the director, highlighted by: — Neal Justin's look at the delicate balance between in-house and freelance directors, plus a sidebar that…
Variety kicks off its Road to the Emmys coverage for 2011 today with our opening preview section, which features the following: — Kate Hahn writes about how diversity in casting isn't always…
As you can see from this link or the video above, Jon Stewart had a special take on the controversy surrounding U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner, who either tweeted a photo of a bulge in his…
The 2010-11 TV season didn't lessen the pressure on the DVRs of smallscreen fans. Despite several high-profile disappointments, not to mention top-flight series on lengthy hiatuses ("Breaking Bad," a…
The debate rages on -- Is the Emmy playing field tilted against the networks that broadcast them?
New Emmy hopefuls for 2011 will have to find their spots amid these nominees from last year who are eligible again this year.
AMC announced a July 17 season-four premiere date for "Breaking Bad," ending a hiatus of more than 13 months, and provided a preview clip for the upcoming campaign.
Emma Thompson, Rachel Weisz, Ralph Fiennes, Alan Rickman, Bill Nighy, Judy Davis and Michael Gambon will appear in the upcoming season of PBS' "Masterpiece."
BBC America will launch six-part crime drama "Whitechapel," in which modern-day killers copycat infamous crimes of the past, beginning Nov. 2.
BBC America looks like a great source for drama for the second half of 2011. The cabler is launching its 10 p.m. Wednesdays "Dramaville" franchise in August with two promising series and an…