Like Rome, Rachael Ray's far-reaching branding empire of kitchen gadgets, culinary TV shows, and New York Times' bestselling books (she's sold 10 million copies of her 20 published titles) wasn't…
By the votes of the approximately 6,000 members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, these are the top nine films of 2011.
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Prep students drawn to BAFTA/LA drama program, Shakespeare's Project.
Aussie comedian Rove McManus is the first to make fun of the fact that nobody in America has ever heard of him.
Nominees include David Benioff & D.B. Weiss, Andre Jacquemetton & Maria Jacquemetton, Jason Katims, Veena Sud and Matthew Weiner.
W hile there's rarely little year-to-year change in the reality host category, Cat Deeley has shifted the equilibrium with her first-ever nomination.
This year's roster for nominees is procedural heavy, with four of the six noms lauded for their work on legal and detective series.
Though films may be their bread and butter, femmes find smallscreen projects are giving them newfound fame.
Across broadcast and cable, these exec producers steer their shows to ratings and critical glory. Here's how they do it. . .