CBS summer perennial “Big Brother” opened its 15th season Wednesday down from last year, enabling Fox’s rising “MasterChef” to remain the night’s top draw in key demos. Nielsen estimates that “Big…
Eleven thoroughbreds have won horse racing's Triple Crown, but none since 1978. Primetime comedy also has its version of the trifecta — high ratings, critical acclaim and Emmy notice — and the same…
If the trailer for “Catfish” season two is proof of anything, it’s that team behind the MTV docuseries had no trouble finding new, intriguing internet relationships to pull the curtain back on. MTV…
The network is scheduled for an Aug. 17 launch and will be available in the 90 million homes reached by its ancestor Speed.
The main question -- whether this slickly made, shrewdly conceived series can sustain "Person of Interest's" lead-in among CBS viewers -- might best be answered with another: Will many of those…
"Red Riding Hood" star Shiloh Fernandez is venturing back into the woods to star in FilmDistrict and Mandate's "Evil Dead" reboot, and will also topline "Deep Powder" for Killer Films.
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Here's a group of attorneys that stand above the crowd and represent the next generation of sharp legal minds in the entertainment business.
Originally most noteworthy for its scheduling structure, "In Treatment" has continued to evolve -- from a half-hour on five successive nights to just four installments now, playing as back-to-back…
"Raising Hope" employs an outlandish setup, but there's a charm and irreverence to the show.
Fox Television CEO Chase Carey called on lawmakers and regulators to abandon the current broadcast regulatory regime, especially its limit on the number of stations a single company may own.