Cable TV loves Robin Williams in old-lady drag. 20th Century Fox's "Mrs. Doubtfire" was the most-aired pic on basic cable in 2013. The 1993 comedy was played 66 times across five networks, according…
Three Time Warner Cable customers in Southern California have filed a class-action lawsuit against the cable company over the blackout of CBS, Showtime, The Movie Channel and KCAL — now in its 13th…
Time Warner Cable reiterated that it will not issue credits to 3 million-plus customers related to the blackout of CBS stations in New York, L.A. and Dallas — which is now in Day 11 — while it will…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
- ‘Sully,’ ‘Patriots Day,’ ‘Deepwater Horizon’ Could Crack Film Editing Oscar Race
- Oscars: ‘Rogue One,’ ‘Suicide Squad,’ ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Advance in Visual Effects Race
- Warren Beatty Honored by Kirk Douglas, Don Cheadle at Santa Barbara Fete
- Playback: Ben Foster on ‘Hell or High Water’ and Being a ‘Builder’ as an Actor
Does an extra X garner more $? News Corp. is gambling that it will. The entertainment conglom confirmed Thursday that it would launch a second general entertaiment cable network as a companion to its…
So after raving about the new season of "Glee" in the early going, I feel a little silly revisiting the show now and finding it, once again, to be disappointing. Yes, there's an original episode on…
AMC's "The Walking Dead" opened its third season Sunday with a staggering 10.9 million viewers for its initial 9 o'clock telecast and 15.2 million for the night.
The majors have been worrying for a long time about flat domestic box office and plummeting DVD sales, but there's a newer area of big concern: the coin from the lucrative basic cable window.
Sunday was quite a night for cable drama, with the season finales of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" and AMC's "The Walking Dead," as well as the penultimate episode of what has turned out to be another…
It’s the notion that comforts many a TV showrunner: Abandon broadcast TV and leave your ratings worries behind; all cable cares about is quality. But as those behind some critically acclaimed cable…
The idea of having "booth talent" at this week's Cable Show sounds strangely dated, as if having the Kardashians in the Comcast booth is going to attract a horde of wide-eyed visitors. (OK, maybe…
Vampires will descend on FX. On the heels of "New Moon's" sizzling opening weekend, the cabler has struck a deal with Summit Entertainment for basic cable rights to the red-hot pics in the "Twilight"…