The reason William Petersen has had an illustrious acting career but had yet to find a character he was passionate about playing on a TV series?
Don Mischer has once again inked to exec produce the Primetime Emmy Awards. This year's 53rd annual kudocast marks Mischer's seventh straight year as showrunner.
Barcelona-based mini-major Filmax has licensed Japanese rights on three pics to Gaga Communications, one of the deepest-pocketed, if selective, buyers at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
In what could be a sign of things to come, the producers of CBS' "Everybody Loves Raymond" have decided to pair their annual Emmy screening tapes with a DVD boasting the same episodes as the VHS…
Music fans have a choice these days: They can pay top dollar to see their favorite performers -- from Ricky Martin to Whitney Houston to Shania Twain -- in stadiums or arenas. Or they can sit home…
Unfortunately, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences voters find youth angst inferior to more grown-up problems. With the exception of last year's writing nom for "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"…
Alabama Gov. George Wallace, diva Josephine Baker and Russia's legendary Rasputin were the subjects of acclaimed TV fare over the past decade in miniseries and made-for-TV movies. Not incidentally…
At awards time, there's the familiar refrain, "Just being nominated is honor enough, winning is icing on the cake." When it comes to the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Prime Time Emmys, the…
Quality always wins out. Well, that's nice to believe when it comes to Emmy recognition, but don't always expect cablers going up against behemoths HBO and Showtime -- and their impressive ad budgets…
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.
No stars, no show. That's the quick take on the 53rd annual Emmy Awards should the Hollywood labor drama play out with a strike until mid-September, when Hollywood gathers to fete the small screen's…