FX is sticking with "The League," picking up the low-priced comedy for a fifth season.
In the process of moving from features to the faster pace of TV "Person of Interest," exec producer Jonathan Nolan discovered a surefire cure for writer's block.
There are very few more highly valued commodities in Hollywood than the TV scribe and Variety gives them their due in tonight's second annual presentation of "A Night Inside the Writers' Room" at the…
Straining to be a distaff "Deliverance," indie thriller "Black Rock" is unable to shock, much less convince.
FX will be playing fantasy football for another year with "The League."
AMC's "Breaking Bad," ABC's "Modern Family" and NBC's "30 Rock" led the way with three nominations apiece in the TV heat for the 2011 Writers Guild Awards.
The Paley Center for Media played host to Variety's Primetime Emmy Elite Showrunners Breakfast.
Best drama series include 'Breaking Bad,' 'Dexter,' 'The Good Wife,' 'Lost,' 'Mad Men' and 'True Blood.'
A crude but consistently funny half-hour that's a bull's-eye with FX's male-skewing audience.
Hungry for a few more laughs, FX has quietly shot a comedy pilot starring stand-up star Louis C.K.
New Line Cinema has set Will Arnett for the starting lineup of "Semi-Pro," the comedy about the waning days of the American Basketball Assn.