Honoring television luminaries and legends is special, but does it make for captivating viewing? The answer: perhaps not, which might be why the TV Academy's Hall of Fame Awards have been MIA from…
"Game of Thrones" vet Sean Bean has stepped up to topline TNT pilot "Legends," replacing Brendan Fraser.
After its short-lived "Father of the Pride," DreamWorks has largely confined its TV efforts to adaptations of successful features, with reasonably impressive results.
There are those who win a second lead acting Oscar, but it happens only occasionally -- and not to many of those you might expect.
Walter Cronkite is gone. Long live his legacy of great journalism. I can't possibly describe what Cronkite meant to broadcasting and to American culture better than Brian Lowry has on his BLTV blog…
Only a been-there/greenlit-that showbizzer like Leonard Goldberg could bring together the motley crew of Sumner Redstone, Michael Eisner, Leslie Moonves, Jerry Weintraub, Bill Blinn, Harry Sloan…
As a tribute to a great American, someone in TV land needs to get a hold of the kinescope of the 1956 "U.S. Steel Hour" production of "Bang the Drum Slowly" and showcase this gem starring Paul…
Who knew jokes about proctologists and urologists could be so charming? It's all in the delivery, and writer-producer Donna Kanter's docu short "Lunch" has the goods. The pic documents a social…
"You can't trust people who haven't walked through kitchens." That was a vintage Bernie Brillstein-ism, according to his longtime friend and client Lorne Michaels. Michaels translates the Bernie bon…
Michael Feinstein did a special rendition of "Of Thee I Sing," and everyone called her a "national treasure." And they meant it, and then some. Thursday night's tribute to Betty White at the Academy…