Many people think that Jon Hamm has won an Emmy for "Mad Men." Not true. But the show's four consecutive victories in drama series make people assume everyone with the "Mad Men" universe has been…
The HBO star, who will receive the Variety TV Impact Award at the Banff World Media Festival, reflects on her dynamic career.
Coyne Steven Sanders, an author and entertainment journalist who wrote several notable books about mid-century television, died Thursday, Feb. 7, in Chicago. He was 56.
Dann Cahn, the editorial supervisor on "I Love Lucy" who pioneered the editing of television shows shot in the new three-camera system, died of natural causes on Nov. 21 in Los Angeles.
Celebrity biographer Charles Higham, who wrote about the lives of Lucille Ball, Errol Flynn, Katharine Hepburn, Howard Hughes and others, died in Los Angeles on April 21 of an apparent heart attack…
I Loved Lucy," Lee Tannen's dramatized memoir of his latter-day friendship with Lucille Ball (1911-89), could have been so much more than a pleasant trifle.
Success blossomed for Lucille Ball, CBS' three-hour "Lucy" informs us, when she embraced her value as a clown and played it to the hilt, a possibility afforded by television and a recurring character…
In sapolioing the script for celluloid, the studio has taken Red Skelton out of the men's room and put him in the coat room. Otherwise it follows the general outlines of the original 1939 Broadway…