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…
Disney Channel has given a full-season series order to comedy pilot "Austin & Ally," with the skein scheduled to premiere late this year.
Nearly 30 new programs were placed on the fall primetime schedule by the broadcast nets last week, but none may have a bigger impact than two that Fox first announced last year.
Exclusive: Bette Midler has signed on for a lead role on HBO Films' in-development Phil Spector film starring Al Pacino, Variety has learned, with David Mamet writing and directing.
Time Warner Cable named David Rone president of TWC Sports, with the goal of enhancing the company's position as a sports content provider.
As ABC pilot "Good Christian Bitches" neared a series pickup, no one expected that the title would remain intact — and sure enough, the "Bitches" part got replaced with "Belles." But who knew that…
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