Last year, after the feature-length "Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension" became the most watched cable movie of 2011 with 7.6 million viewers, the Mouse House couldn't help but renew its…
Even before his promotion to entertainment chairman of Fox broadcasting, Kevin Reilly had banked much of his programming strategy on animation.
Cartoon Network chief content officer Sorcher calls animation "a gigantic leap of faith."
"Argo" may center on the odd, real-life conceit of a CIA agent using a fake movie to cover the escape of Iran hostages, but the real magic happens whenever supporting players John Goodman, Alan Arkin…
Major networks are eager to gain back trophies from cable rivals at the Golden Globes
Bryan Cranston still talks to his "Malcolm in the Middle" boys long after they left the house.
Like any good journalist, former newsprint foot soldier Ryan Murphy is filled with curiosity and the drive to tell a good story.
Horror, comedy, musicals, reality - is there any genre Ryan Murphy doesn't have a digit in?
Poehler and '30 Rock' star should bring distaff pizazz to proceedings
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…