Add "Deception's" Vivian Bowers to the list of beautiful female characters best known for setting series in motion with the "Who killed … ?" modifier -- joining "Twin Peaks'" Laura Palmer and "The…
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FX has won the rights to "Tyrant," ordering to pilot the highly anticipated next project from "Homeland" exec producers Gideon Raff and Howard Gordon.
Sticking close to what should be near to its target demo's heart, MTV's "Underemployed" is basically "Avenue Q," just without the songs and puppets.
As MTV's programming toppers David Janollari and Chris Linn stood onstage during the network's portion of the Television Critics Assn. tour Friday, it was clear that change is in the air.
There's room for a good film about the havoc National Guard deployment wreaks on the lives of America's citizen soldiers and their families, but "Recalled" is not that film.
The upcoming ABC sitcom "Work It" has sparked a growing backlash from various advocacy groups representing the LGBT community.
United Artists has hired Peter Horton to write and direct "Coal River," an adaptation of the Michael Shnayerson book.
"Disturbia" scribe Christopher Landon will make his directorial debut with the indie dark comedy "Burning Palms," which he penned.
"Dexter" exec producer Daniel Cerone is shifting from serial killers to spoiled rich kids in taking the reins of ABC drama "Dirty Sexy Money." Cerone has joined the ABC Studios skein as an exec…
We should’ve seen this coming. There’s nothing Golden Globes voters like better than big stars in new clothes, and that’s what FX served up this year in "Damages." Legal murder-mystery thriller led…
Warner Bros. has set Greg Berlanti to direct "Green Lantern," a live-action take on the DC Comics superhero.
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