For the second year in a row, HBO Documentary Films has scored three out of five nominations in directing for nonfiction. HBO snagged the Emmy in 2006 (Jon Alpert, "Baghdad ER"), 2005 (James Miller…
If the history of the Emmys for directing variety/music were an archaeological dig, excavation would reveal two distinct substrata, each dominated by a single imperial figure -- with hints that a…
Now’s about the time when things get harried in the production offices of new primetime series fortunate enough to land a slot on the fall sked. With most newcomers, there’s a honeymoon period…
It was MSNBC's programming triumph of the summer: a pep rally for 15,000 liberals and seven Democratic presidential hopefuls in Chicago's Soldier Field, emceed by the cabler's marquee anchor, Keith…
Spain has a TV summer sleeper. Analysts are rubbing their eyes in disbelief at the series -- "Escenas de matrimonio" (Marriage Scenes) -- and its stats.
"Cavemen" isn't the first TV show to evolve out of a commercial. And it's not the first comedy to address racial stereotypes in a not-so-subtle way.
With so many festivals crowded into the fall calendar, and new events emerging every year, the small pool of sought-after films is being siphoned in every direction.
"Young Frankenstein" has quite a monster to master.
Overall Broadway sales dipped a bit in Week 11, with the majority of the 25 productions on the boards sliding at the box office.
Not so very long ago pantomime was part of every major comedian's repertoire. But in today's media-saturated world where low-attention-span consumers are bombarded by HD images and high-decibel…
Ever since Franco Dragone's $110 million aquatic epic opened along with the rest of Wynn Las Vegas in spring 2005, it's been the subject of endless reviews, gossip and speculation.
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