The channel that was once given away to cable operators for free was perfectly timed to capitalize on the enormous growth of popular interest in food, cooking, chefs and restaurateurs.
Susan Seidelman's strained and soapy empowerment comedy gives a game, appealing cast little to do.
Food Network documentary "Hunger Hits Home" will be among eight TV shows feted by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences at its sixth annual gala on May 9.
Debuting helmers Martha Shane and Lana Wilson manage a rare feat with this calm, humanist docu about a hot-button topic: third-trimester abortions and the last four doctors in the U.S. who perform…
Under Johnson and Fogelson, the Food Network has turned in some of its highest ratings ever with an average nightly audience of 1.3 million despite increasing fragmentation and tough competition.
The blowback from America's war on terror hits a group of young people, full of unexamined racism and with a lot of free time on their hands, in the highly disturbing if overwritten "Anytown."
Original Cable Programming special: A look at the cablers
Brooke Bailey Johnson has joined Food Network as senior VP and general manager.
Canadian writer-director Atom Egoyan's most ambitious work to date, "The Sweet Hereafter" is a rich, complex meditation on the impact of a terrible tragedy on a small town.
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media