In 2001, a frail Sid Caesar walked with assistance to the stage to accept his Television Critics Assn. Career Achievement Award, looking out at a ballroom filled with critics and Hollywood bizzers…
Crazy may be the new normal, at least when it comes to TV character roles.
Darkness becomes FX. Whether it's the Southern Gothic tone of "Justified," the evil incarnate of "American Horror Story," the Cold War paranoia of "The Americans" or the underlying menace of "Sons of…
Jimmy Kimmel may have earned himself a seat at the big kids' table in latenight TV, but that doesn't mean he's dulled his edge.
Jimmy Kimmel admits he's "kind of an easy mark" for charity shoulder taps, but hearing the genesis of Alex's Lemonade Stand from her parents hooked him.
If inspired silliness and Internet ubiquity are the controlling factors in this year's Emmy race, then Jimmy Kimmel just might be able to break "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" stranglehold on the…
Guest star gigs let Michael J. Fox dip his toe into the acting waters after walking away from his starring role on "Spin City" in 2000 due to symptoms from Parkinson's disease.
Nominees such as Robert Morse, Jane Fonda, Diana Rigg, Elaine Stritch and Bob Newhart do more than just deliver a line — they become part of the narrative.
Leslie Moonves knew in 2000 that CBS wasn't where he wanted it to be, but he had a good idea of how he could turn his network around. And those plans included a liberal dose of successful filmmaker…
Actors can spend years as important cogs in a successful ensemble series, and then find themselves jobless after season upon season of security.
Mike O'Malley might well be the poster boy for how roles come to define actors — for better or for worse. O'Malley found his work slammed by critics in his ill-fated sitcom "The Mike O'Malley Show"…