Selections in the category of limited series or motion picture made for television are far from limited.
Cult favorites like last year’s winners, “Transparent” and “Jane the Virgin,” dominate chatter in a wide open year.
Ridley Scott likes to storyboard every scene in his movies. He spent seven years in art school, and can draw vividly and quickly, in pencil and then gray felt-tips. When the boards are finished, he's…
With a boom in scripted series flooding the air, the HFPA will be spoiled for choice looking for noms.
The contenders for lead actress in a comedy or musical play strong roles for laughs.
Old-fashioned Broadway is embracing newfangled virtual reality, in the hopes that the fashionable 3D-imaging technique will add up to real-life ticket sales. Last week, "The Lion King" released VR…
Forgive loyal TV viewers lately if they're beginning to feel like Charlie Brown, with writers of their favorite series playing the role of Lucy, tantalizingly dangling a football in front of them…
Contenders for best comedy or musical offer laughs, songs and drama mixed in with lighter moments.
The most fervent of the detractors of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. prefer to obsess over the group's Golden Globes balloting lapses, while obstinately overlooking the org's real awards voting…
Contenders for lead actor, comedy or musical include veterans and a newcomer tuning in from TV.
The details behind Pandora's recently announced purchase of digital music service Rdio sound all too familiar: A startup that bit off more than it could chew went bankrupt, and had its assets…