HBO is going back to the ballpark with "Eastbound & Down," picking up the comedy series for a fourth season.
Law & Order
Top performers raise the quality of their episodes up a notch
Here's a group of attorneys that stand above the crowd and represent the next generation of sharp legal minds in the entertainment business.
A look at execs Charles Moore and Miles Ketley
In addition to seeing how "Law and Order" is done, Los Angeles-style, American viewers will also get the Brit rendition this fall.
The Anti-Defamation League hosted an interesting discussion about how Jews are portrayed on television as part of the org’s annual meeting this week at the Bev Hilton. It was interesting mostly for…
Emmy’s picks for writing and directing nominees in the series categories are kinda like a state of the craft report card every year. They’re often the category where new and innovative programs are…
Hot off the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences nomination vote-tallying machine, here are the top 10 finalists for Emmy noms in the comedy and drama series heats. The final noms will be…
While it’s true that the networks are throwing every questionable reality concept against the wall this summer to see what sticks, TV lovers should not despair. Cable is roaring back with plenty of…
I used to be a dedicated "Law & Order" viewer, back before I came to feel years ago that if you’ve seen 100, you’ve seen them all. But with most shows on hiatus and Jeremy Sisto joining the cast, I…
Ch-ching: "Law & Order" is back. The two segs on tap for Wednesday’s two-hour premiere are as strong any the show has delivered in years. Linus Roache is a great addition to the cast as the driven…