Warner Bros.' vice chairman Ed Romano will retire at the end of June after 48 years with the studio and become an executive advisor to chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara and its senior management team…
Warner Bros. has promoted longtime chief financial officer Ed Romano to the newly created post of vice chairman. Kevin Tsujihara, chairman and CEO, made the announcement Wednesday. Romano has been at…
Many people think that Jon Hamm has won an Emmy for "Mad Men." Not true. But the show's four consecutive victories in drama series make people assume everyone with the "Mad Men" universe has been…
Marriage looms, but two pairs of mismatched lovers run away to a wood where, courtesy of a sprite-administered magic potion, they discover their true selves.
TODAY: Producers and cast members from Fox's "Touch" take part in a TV Academy panel sesh. Leonard Goldenson Theater. Emmys.tv
Jimmy Roselli, an Italian-American singer whose recording of signature tune "Mala Femmina" was featured twice in Martin Scorsese's "Mean Streets," died on Thursday, June 30, from heart complications…
Star-producer Ray Romano's ode to middle-aged angst provides another reason for discerning audiences to really like Raymond, as well as his buddies.
Warner Bros. Exec VP and Chief Financial Officer Ed Romano has renewed his contract through the end of 2013.
Critics and viewers agree that these fellas from this season's rookie or first-time-eligible series proved they can carry the lead or offer generous support whenever it's needed.
No one in the theater looks more like an Al Hirschfeld sketch of himself than David Greenspan.
"CBS: The First 50 Years" is pretty much what you would expect from a program that aims to cram 50 years worth of memories and significance into two hours (95 minutes or so minus the commercials and…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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