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Moments to remember from a season full of suspense and emotion.
Ultimate exploitation is the rap reality programs often deal with, but many of the nonfiction entertainment series are used as teaching tools. Just not in that sterile classroom kind of atmosphere.
Don't let the wandering elk moseying past fool you. Banff may be a world-class backwoods resort town most of the year, but it's all business when June rolls around.
Perhaps the best way for the critically acclaimed FX drama "Lights Out" to grab some Emmy love would be to put it in the miniseries category.
Ryan Kavanaugh's reputation for being an enthusiastic risk taker has been a rallying point for television producers eager to work with him.
From launching the latest online TV service HBO Go to maximizing social networking sites, HBO pushes the digital space in ways that enhances the marketing of its original programming and provides…
The marriage of the Internet and television is a union that has finally arrived, and HBO appears to be the maid of honor.
Even God took a swipe at President George W. Bush, asking him to downplay their relationship in the pilot of "American Dad."
The large swirling phoenix tattooed on Maggie Q's hip makes a dramatic statement about both her life and her starring role on the CW's "Nikita."
Since Gugu Mbatha-Raw first took to performing onstage at 11, she knew being an actress was her destiny. But her "Undercovers" TV husband Boris Kodjoe quips the only acting he did as a child was…
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