A handsomely staged costume drama that insists Shakespeare was actually Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford.
"Exporting Raymond" chronicles the bumpy road by which long-running U.S. sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond" launched its Russian edition.
After sustaining brain damage in a freak ski accident Monday, actress Natasha Richardson died Wednesday at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York. She was 45.
Members of Natasha Richardson's family gathered at a New York hospital where the Tony-winning actress was reportedly taken with a serious head injury after falling on a Canadian ski slope.
Reminding us that they don't make royal scandals like they used to, BBC America premieres the soapy but satisfying "Wallis & Edward," earnestly chronicling the oft-told tale of how King Edward VIII…
"Madame Melville," the latest London hit to come calling in New York, is a slender, heavily perfumed slice of drama from Richard Nelson made notable by the presence of ex-child movie star Macaulay…
CBS Corp. Chairman and CEO Michael Jordan is leaving the company at the end of the year, allowing Mel Karmazin to complete his rocket-fast rise to power at the Eye a few years earlier than expected.
A modern reworking of Henry James' novel "The Wings of the Dove," Meg Richman's feature directorial debut is an unexciting romantic melodrama centering on a working-class couple who manipulate a rich…
Despite game efforts from a first-rate cast and acres of impressive production values, "Event Horizon" remains a muddled and curiously uninvolving sci-fi horror show. Initial promise of the off-beat…