Tasked with bringing a script to life on the screen, television directors must juggle the realities of production while channeling their own creative visions. Variety gathered five directors at the…
Best Drama Series WINNER "Breaking Bad" – AMC "Downton Abbey" – PBS "Game of Thrones" – HBO "Homeland" – Showtime "House of Cards" – Netflix "Mad Men" – AMC Best Comedy Series "The Big Bang Theory"…
“Breaking Bad” was the one who knocked. The night that its penultimate episode was airing on AMC, the show of the moment won its first drama series Emmy. “Holy crap,” exec producer Vince Gilligan…
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British hyphenate Simon Fuller might be best known for creating the "Pop Idol"/"American Idol" franchises, but his entry into sports is also helping build his $573 million fortune.
Alec Baldwin is in talks to host a new weekly show for MSNBC, sources confirm to Variety. Baldwin’s show would air Friday nights at 10:00 PM ET, says Mediaite, which first reported the…
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences – 65th Primetime Emmy Award Nominations ****************************************** Best Drama Series “Breaking Bad” – AMC “Downton Abbey” – PBS “Game of Thrones”…
The Indian conglom that has seeded a lot of high-profile investments in the film biz during the past few years has turned its attention to the smallscreen.
"Are You There, Chelsea?" -- which somewhat confusingly casts "That '70s Show's" Laura Prepon as a twentysomething Handler-inspired character, with the comic playing her "judge-y, super-Christian…
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