It may seem the only thing “TGIT” and “Game of Thrones” have in common is that both TV phenomenons earned Emmys last weekend — but if you ask Debbie Allen, the real Khaleesi has been residing in…
Debbie Allen rose to fame with "Fame," serving as a director, producer and choreographer. She was also the first black woman to be Emmy-nominated in the dramatic lead actress category. More than…
“Grey’s Anatomy” returns Sept. 24 with its 12th season, and when the new episodes begin, the ABC medical drama is going back to its roots. Season 11 said goodbye to Patrick Dempsey’s Dr. Derek…
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Choreographer and dance instructor Patsy Swayze, the mother of late actor Patrick Swayze, died Monday night at her home in Simi Valley, Calif., according to publicist Annett Wolf. She was 86. No…
The CW announced this week that it has acquired the U.S. broadcast rights to Canadian comedy series “Seed,” signalling that the network’s plan to add more comedy to its lineup is well underway…
The CW is developing an hourlong drama from Debbie Allen set at a Los Angeles-area performing arts school. From Magnolia Hill Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. TV, the untitled project…
The more things don't change, the more people wonder.
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“Parenthood” actress Lauren Graham is set to move behind the camera, adapting her best-selling novel “Someday, Someday, Maybe” for the CW, with Ellen DeGeneres attached to exec produce. Hourlong…
CW alum Jennie Snyder Urman has sold a trio of projects to the CW and Fox under her overall deal with CBS TV Studios. At the CW, Urman has set up “Cross” and “Jane The Virgin.” A period drama set in…
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