Hop in the Wayback Machine and travel to a time not that long ago — circa 1998 — and most of the comedies on TV were tried and true multicam series shot in front of a studio audience. Three of the…
The set of every TV series is like a family, or so we've been told, but come awards time, not every supporting cast member in an ensemble series family will make the cut for an Emmy nomination. And…
'I'm very involved in everything that has to do with me.'
For actors on sophomore series in the running for Emmy nominations, there are hurdles aplenty: How do they and the show avoid a sophomore slump? Does it help to be better established in year two, or…
While it's hard to imagine a large entertainment entity beginning this way now, back in 1990 it was a Nickelodeon contractor who got Nickelodeon Animation Studio off the ground. Vanessa Coffey was…
Best-selling mystery novelist promises answers in his first TV drama series.
"I like the idea we're this weird show that does weird stories but always has that emotional core."
NATPE continues to operate as a marketplace for linear programming, but it's also evolved into an opportunity for digital producers and content creation companies to plant the seeds for future…
The more things don't change, the more people wonder.
Although debates about gun control gained more traction in the wake of shootings at a Newtown, Conn., elementary school in December, the issue of mental illness also re-entered the public…
The fierce competition for supremacy in latenight just got more heated with the addition of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to the 11:35 p.m. comedy terrain.