Science fiction and fantasy shows hold a special place in TV history. Who can think of the 1950s without "The Twilight Zone," the 1960s without "Star Trek," or the 1990s without "The X-Files"?
Thomas J. McLean
Ben Edlund was just a teenage comicbook fan when he created "The Tick."
Comicbook fans and creators who gathered over the weekend in San Diego for the annual Comic-Con got a look into the ever-increasing partnership between their colorful heroes and Hollywood.
Showtime takes its commitment to topnotch family fare seriously.
Forget "The West Wing" and "Will & Grace," the real winner at last year's Emmy Awards was the Academy of Television Arts and Science's experiment in at-home voting.
The raw drama inherent in the American legal system has long made it a favorite subject for shows such as "The Practice," but putting a musical spin on raw courtroom conflicts requires a more refined…
Charles Lagola loves it when no one notices his production designs for "The Practice." "To have the audience take notice of a location or a set in our kind of show is a bad thing," he says.
Few men would want to tackle a hostile world full of intelligent apes once, let alone twice. But no one is as well equipped for the task as Richard D. Zanuck, Showest honoree and producer of this…
While the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences is infamous for running over schedule on Oscar night, the same can no longer be said about the ceremony's future home at Hollywood Boulevard and…