Draw a big yellow sun and bask in it. Cartoon Network is the No. 1 network for boys 6-11. The shocker: one of the cabler's big success stories isn't even animated.
Bella Thorne changed Adam Griffin's career. . .
Last July, two of the star agents from Abrams Artists' Los Angeles youth division jumped to Paradigm, bringing along most of their client list. Rather than panic, Ellen Gilbert, who runs Abrams'…
Just three years into his comedy career, 16-year old Joey Bragg is achieving what other comics work for their entire lives: his own sitcom and late-night talk show. The Bay Area comic started writing…
The breakout cast member from Nickelodeon's "Victorious," Ariana Grande will star in the cabler's spinoff series, "Sam and Cat," and is recording an album with Universal Republic -- proof that TV and…
When Michael Riley started at ABC Family in August 2010, momentum was already building with "Pretty Little Liars," "Make It or Break It" and "The Secret Life of an American Teenager." Riley seized…
Review Victoria Justice's credits and one thing is clear: It's not just Nickelodeon behind her; she's the darling of Viacom.
Quick, name the top-selling kids artist of 2010. Miley Cyrus? Justin Bieber? Think again. According to Billboard, the Kidz Bop Kids were last year's No. 1 kids artist.
Dan Schneider says he never set out to make kids shows, but 16 years since showrunning "All That," he's (ahem) at the Head of the Class. The former sitcom star turned executive producer is the force…
These days, plenty of kid stars have record deals, though 18-year-old multitalent Jennette McCurdy is mixing things up by taking her music career the Nashville route.
Some young actors strive to be the next Tom Cruise or Will Smith, but 12-year-old Zachary Gordon has found success as the next Bill Murray.