Wes Anderson somewhat overreaches his considerable talents in "The Royal Tenenbaums," an ambitious serio-comedy about an errant father's attempt to reconcile with his eccentric family before it's too…
Can we talk? E! Entertainment Network has canceled its red-carpet and fashion coverage of the Emmys by Joan and Melissa Rivers. And whether Joan is happy about that is a fashion Rashomon.
With a handful of New York-based thesps, producers and execs still leery of flying out West, Emmy organizers have opted to go bicoastal this year.
An uproariously funny sitcom that delights in man's most basic insecurities and how different individuals address them, "Scrubs" is as sharp a sitcom as there is on the fall network schedule. It's an…
Monday is the deadline for entry forms in the docu category to be sent to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences for consideration for the 74th Academy Awards competish.
Despite grumblings from some industry quarters, the 2001 Emmy Awards are going forward-- but the show won't look like any previous kudocast.
Next year's Oscars will take place at Hollywood's new Kodak Theater after all, as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is satisfied that security will be up to scratch.
Jill Hennessy re-enters the series television world with an image far different from her deputy district attorney on "Law & Order." Stories shouldn't end as neatly as the one in the pilot -- Jordan's…
Oscar organizers will switch the ceremony to the Shrine Auditorium if developers of the new Kodak Theater do not approve certain logistical and security stipulations by Oct. 15. The Academy of Motion…
The Academy of TV Arts & Sciences has moved this year's Emmy Awards to Oct. 7, but the org and CBS are still figuring out how to present this year's kudocast.
Like his breakthrough "Human Resources," the indignities of unemployment are again a central issue in Laurent Cantet's intense second feature, "Time Out," which reflects on the thought that some…