For actors, sweating out TV's development season doesn't end when their pilot gets picked up to series; instead, officially unveiling the fall lineups introduces one final hurdle to the process…
Law & Order:la Recasting
An enticing blockbuster concept gets a lackluster execution from Japanese genre director Takashi Miike.
Inside the online revival of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," where production and distribution are getting a radical rethink.
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Germany's well-earned reputation as one of the world's leading co-production countries continues to attract international projects despite growing competition from neighboring European states.
A reporter at CNET resigned Monday over concerns about "editorial independence" after the news organization withdrew a nomination at its own awards show for a product manufactured by Dish at the…
A look at this year's honorees for Variety's Sports Entertainment Impact Report.
A comedy of the dysfunctional-family variety, "Stick Fly" offers a fair share of laughter and some enjoyable performances but not much in the way of distinction.
CBS cleverly recycles its old mainstays with modest twists and that's largely the formula with "Person of Interest," which recasts "The Equalizer" in a post-Sept. 11 package, informed by suspicions…
Ashton Kutcher is now a made man. Thesp has filled the vacancy in primetime's biggest recasting drama in years as CBS laffer "Two and a Half Men" moves beyond the Charlie Sheen era.