Montgomery, Ala., native Octavia Spencer knows she gets laughs in "The Help," but doesn't see the tempestuous, Jim Crow-era maid Minny as being so comedically self-aware.
High-concept hooks aim to pierce premiere overload for auds.
After 2009 and 2010 Emmy seasons that saw only two nominees in the miniseries category, the TV Academy opted to fold the sparsely utilized format into the more typically robust made-for-TV movie…
Lots of laughs to go around, but only one award,
With time to elaborate on story, character and setting, these projects made the hours spent by auds more than worthwhile.
When Rolin Jones considers his television writing career, the L.A. native feels a debt of gratitude to those theater scribes who made good in TV land before him.
Is television kinder to funny women than other media? Whitney Cummings clarifies the issue.
For comedian Louis C.K., the hapless, divorced dad he plays on his FX comedy "Louie" is an escape.