Peter Falk will posthumously receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday, honoring a career best remembered for his work on the hit TV show “Columbo.” Stay Tuned Thursday for Video:
Nine-times Emmy nominated costume designer Grady Hunt died May 5 in Hollywood. He was 91. Born on May 16, 1921 in Lone Oak, Texas, the costumer began his career — after serving in the Navy during…
Character actor John Finnegan (also frequently credited as J.P. Finnegan), who appeared in five films by his friend John Cassavetes and repeatedly on "Columbo," starring Cassavetes cohort Peter Falk…
Character actor Don Diamond, best known for his role as Crazy Cat in the 1960s sitcom "F Troop," died June 19. He was 90 and had been fighting Parkinson's disease and other medical problems.
Peter Falk, the Emmy- and Tony-winning stage, screen and TV actor best known to world audiences as the always-underestimated police detective in the long-running telepic series "Columbo," died…
House is a breezy but tortured soul who really strikes a nerve, so to speak. But why? The series is an original take on a classic figure: an existentially troubled, physically challenged yet deeply…
Universal Studios Intl. has agreed to provide U.K.'s Video Networks video-on-demand service with feature films as well as film and TV library titles for several years.
Comedy icon Gene Wilder has turned gumshoe, and he suddenly has a film franchise to call his own. The rejuvenated and enormously talented Wilder takes a second turn as Broadway-director-turned…
ABC announced Tuesday a dozen movies and three miniseries ordered for next season, including the previously announced Stephen King adaptation "The Stand," which will now be produced as an eight-hour…
Infinity Broadcasting's KROQ-FM Los Angeles has until April 29 to supply the Federal Communications Commission with an accounting of the events surrounding the phony murder confession aired by the…