It was the same old song of September at the Broadway box office last week — pretty much the same verse as the prior frame, as Rialto sales held generally steady with minor upticks for several…
The autumn back-to-school slump hit Broadway hard last week, with overall box office totals falling like leaves — and superhero tuner "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" emerging as the production with…
Broadway box office held steady for the final week of summer 2013, keeping a tight grip on holiday-weekend sales ahead of a post-Labor Day sesh that traditionally sees sales slump. There were both…
Kathy Bates had harsh words for the Peacock during the FX panel for “American Horror Story,” stating that NBC “disrespected” the now-defunct legal drama “Harry’s Law.” “They disrespected us, and our…
NBC singing competition "The Voice" was easily the top-rated series in key demos on the first Tuesday following the conclusion of the television season, but it continues to fade as it nears the…
Is winter getting warmer on Broadway? The post-holiday B.O. slump that used to paralyze the Main Stem every January just doesn't seem as dramatic as it used to. A key reason behind the box office…
Fettered by an R rating and frigid weather in much of the country, Paramount-MGM's "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters" won the weekend Stateside with $19 million but did not exceed modest expectations.
Jimmy Kimmel co-hosted Comedy Central gameshow "Win Ben Stein's Money" from 1997-2000, leaving before the series ended in 2003.
What goes up must come down -- for proof, look no further than last week's Broadway box office, which sank by more than $5.5 million in what was the first full frame of the Main Stem's traditional…
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