The Television Critics Assn. press tour can be a long slog. But for TV geeks it has something of a noble purpose — to promote the best and brightest coming from the major networks. These days the…
It's no wonder the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. picked Woody Allen as the recipient of this year's Cecil B. DeMille Award. No longer just a fixture of WASP-y upper east side Manhattan (he somewhat…
One day after announcing his retirement from singing, pop music's favorite confection, Justin Bieber, walked the purple carpet on Dec. 18 at L.A. Live for the world premiere of "Justin Bieber's…
The Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival has come a long way since its bow in 1990, when the awards ceremony was held in the home basement of then-mayor Sonny Bono, who conceived the event as a way to…
Cartoon Network doesn't adhere to the same strict educational curriculum as PBS or Disney Junior.
Characters' diversity offers kids positive role models
In a highlight of its fall slate, PBS launches its real-life answer to Fox's soapy sing-along series "Glee" on Sept. 9 with "Broadway or Bust," a three-part documentary that charts the ups and downs…
One of the most significant lightning rod moments in the history of American television happened in 2002, when stand-up comic and sitcom star Ellen DeGeneresannounced to TV audiences that she is gay.
DeGeneres speaks about keeping her show fresh after 1,500 episodes, hundreds of dances and 38 Daytime Emmys
The longest-running program nominated for an Emmy this year, "Antiques Roadshow" proves that when it comes to garnering TV Academy affection, the PBS reality program is as good as new -- and perhaps…