Horror, comedy, musicals, reality - is there any genre Ryan Murphy doesn't have a digit in?
Spies and period pieces will play heavy on cable this fall, but there's still room for a traditional sitcom, new millennium "Friends," and a little reality. Here's a look at some of what's coming:
More than 3 million viewers tuned in Jan. 16 to see Fred Figglehorn, the frenetic 6-year-old character created by teenager Lucas Cruikshank, begin his first foray into series TV with 24 11-minute…
Most young actors might have used their first series paychecks for a luxury splurge, but Connor Jessup spent his "Saddle Club" bucks to produce an indie film: "Amy George" played at last year's…
Joey Pollari snagged a breakout lead role in this season's MTV's remake of the BBC hit "The Inbetweeners," plunging the young actor into comparisons with his British counterpart Simon Bird.
Nominees include "Betty White's 90th Birthday: A Tribute to America's Golden Girl," "Kathy Griffin: Tired Hooker," "The Kennedy Center Honors," "Mel Brooks and Dick Cavett Together Again" and "Tony…
The audience fluffers didn't need to encourage the crowd at the June auditions for "The X-Factor" in Oakland. When new judge Britney Spears walked out to the judges' table, the sound was deafening…
Thesp grows up before smallscreen viewers eyes, all the while retaining youthful charm
When "Hot in Cleveland" came her way, Valerie Bertinelli was thrilled for a number of reasons, including the show's format.
Enterprising reality stars leverage fame
Neal McDonough didn't make any friends on the set of FX's "Justified" during his stint as the season's villain, Robert Quarles.