There are riches to be found in niches. Just ask some of today's top cable networks, which have zeroed in on underserved audiences with great success. As the broadcast networks continue to lose…
When "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" premiered in July 2003, most of the attention was focused on what was then a daring hook: Each week, five gay men — Carson Kressley, Ted Allen, Kyan Douglas…
For unscripted TV producers, manipulation — and even downright staging of events — is the new normal.
Show business traditionally hasn't been kind to mature actresses, even those with Emmys, Oscars and Tonys tucked under their collective belts. Often, roles that are offered tend to be less than…
So many possibilities, but so few spots to go around for TV's lead actresses in comedy.
So many possibilities, but so few spots to go around for TV's lead actresses in drama.
The quibbles will (and should) never cease, but the TV Academy deserve its own kudos for many of its picks.
Traveling through the past 40 years of lead actress Emmys yields one "Did this really happen?" moment after another.
Shows rely upon thesps schooled in improv and sketch comedy.
As show nears its final countdown, Gilligan reflects on what powers his sensibility — inside and out.