Ever had a hard time leaving a job you love? Imagine being Greg Daniels. The "Office" creator was tasked with penning the show's finale and finding suitable endings for these beloved characters.
At first glance, this year's slate of laffer helmers seems to be a distinctly modern bunch.
Way back in 1995, Lorne Michaels took a chance on a young director and put Beth McCarthy-Miller in charge of "Saturday Night Live." So it's kismet that former "SNL" writers Tina Fey and Robert…
Thesps have perfected the fine art of finding the humanity in characters you wouldn't bring home to mother.
On the "Boardwalk Empire" team, helmer Tim Van Patten bats leadoff and cleanup, since he's handed all the opening and final episodes. Exec producer Martin Scorsese threw out the first pitch with the…
For his first foray into longform TV, bigscreen master David Fincher established the "House" style in its first two episodes in close collaboration with the American theater's best.
The interrogation scene in "Homeland's" "Q&A" left Damian Lewis' double-agent Nicholas Brody exposed and vulnerable. Director Lesli Linka Glatter, nominated along with writer Henry Bromell for the…
The Primetime Emmy nominations included the usual suspects, but also some new faces and a brand new Emmy category — the Informational Series or Special.
"George (R.R. Martin) lays the trap beautifully. You never see the slaughter coming, but when you reread the chapter, all the clues are there and you curse yourself for being blind to them."
Smallscreen is where the roles are for the oft-honored 'Horror Story' thesp.
Like "The X-Files" before it, "Breaking Bad" promises to be the gift that keeps on giving to the creative community.