Rick Carter is set to be honored as this year's top production designer at the 13th annual Hollywood Awards held Oct. 26 at the BevHilton.
People seem more preoccupied with "Jon and Kate Plus 8" than Kenneth Branagh's turn in "Wallander."
Panels at the Television Critics Assn. press tour are a valuable commodity.
Even without eight weeks of pre-Emmy anxiety, this can be an overwhelming time of year for TV's top players.
Sarah Silverman loves to audition for projects, if for no other reason than to show people she's not like the character she plays on her Comedy Central television show.
Alan Alda might be entertainment's modern-day Renaissance man.
After the winners have been announced and the Governors Ball schmoozing is done, Emmy guests will head out to bashes around town.
The Writers Guild of America has set its 2010 awards ceremonies for Feb. 20.
Emmy-nominated switch hitters: Drama writers creating comedy, sitcom writers creating drama.
The spaces may not be smaller, but shows that once had 10 to 12 writers now may have only eight.
With four noms for drama series writing, AMC's "Mad Men" pulls a near sweep of the category.
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