It seems like Las Vegas has suddenly become a mecca for reality shows, but it's been hosting productions for over a decade — there's just more now than ever. "The success of shows like 'Pawn Stars,'…
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Cable projects have often found homes at HBO, Logo and NBCUniversal channels
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"Kids are kids. What they're expecting is roughly the same. It's adapting it to the different places they're looking for it that's the challenge," says Chris Waldron, VP of digital at Cartoon Network.
History, Lifetime and A&E don't exactly cater to the same auds, but they share a philosophy and corporate culture that supports producers and encourages creative risk.
Series that make room for compelling new characters end up in Emmy's good graces
Prolific dealmaker Rumplestiltskin is one of primetime's most enigmatic and colorful characters, so it's little wonder the opportunity to play the part convinced Scottish actor Robert Carlyle to sign…
She may play Evil Queen-turned-Storybrooke mayor on "Once Upon a Time," but Lana Parrilla is also a fan of the ABC show.
For years, Cheryl Hines has squeezed in plenty of film, TV and voice work while appearing on HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm." Why add another series to her busy schedule?