“Justified” star Walton Goggins has teamed with writer Adam Fierro to develop a drama project for Fox and Fox Television Studios about the world of Mexican drug cartels. “Gringo” revolves around an…
On another Sunday where cable had plenty of worthy alternatives, the broadcast networks were paced in key demo categories by CBS reality veteran “Big Brother” and NBC's preseason football game…
At first glance, this year's slate of laffer helmers seems to be a distinctly modern bunch.
PBS has ordered a pilot script from Dennis Leoni for a drama series “Alta California” as part of a new development deal. Leoni is the award-winning executive producer, scribe and helmer of…
TODAY: Audra McDonald will be feted at the Drama League's 29th annual Musical Celebration of Broadway fundraiser. Hotel Pierre. DramaLeague.org
A deviant, demented and occasionally delicious flashback to the heyday of omnibus horror.
AMC's "Breaking Bad," ABC's "Modern Family" and NBC's "30 Rock" led the way with three nominations apiece in the TV heat for the 2011 Writers Guild Awards.
To many, the socko success of ABC's "Modern Family" and Fox's "Glee" this past season underscores that single-cam is the predominant comedy format du jour.
Will Smith, Charlize Theron and Jason Bateman are gearing up to reunite for the sequel to Columbia Pictures' "Hancock," with Peter Berg set to helm the action-comedy.
Outside of Fox's licensing deal, there's little here to get anyone's pulse racing.