CBS was understandably giddy when "Under the Dome" opened to eye-opening ratings, and proceeded to hold on well. Not only had the network taken a big swing outside its wheelhouse, but it scored a…
Like a lot of the funniest satire at the Onion, a serious message often lurks beneath the jokes. So when the humor website published a fake memo Monday from an executive at CNN.com justifying…
The Parents Television Council actually stumbled onto something when it asked “Why Does MTV Get a Pass?” in the context of Miley Cyrus’ by-now-legendarily scandalous performance at the Video Music…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Fans quickly flocked to the Internet after Ben Affleck was cast as Warner Bros.’ new Batman. But the buzz may not be the kind that Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment want right now. Within the first…
The Weinstein Co.'s "Lee Daniels' The Butler" cleaned up at the domestic box office this weekend, overperforming with an estimated $25 million in three days, while Universal's "Kick-Ass 2" delivered…
Time Warner Cable will extend credits to Showtime subscribers after the operator dropped the net Friday as part of the MSO's contract battle with premium cabler's parent CBS, but it will not credit…
MSNBC and Fox News have long been divided into blue and red camps. But since the verdict in the Trayvon Martin case, the color palette has increasingly been reduced to black and white. Ugly and…
It’s happening: Syfy is going back in the waters for a “Sharknado” sequel, and this time in Gotham. The NBCU cable net officially announced a follow up to last week’s viral creature feature…
There has been a lot of bad, premature, jump-the-gun, alarmist, report-first-sort-out-the-damage-later reporting in the few days since the bomb blasts that rocked the Boston Marathon.
Oxygen has yanked "All My Babies' Mamas" from its original programming lineup before the special even reached the airwaves after outrage spread online regarding the future one-off's purported content.
The body count holds steady but the bloodshed is considerably easier to take in "Outrage Beyond," the controlled if excessively labyrinthine sequel to Takeshi Kitano's "Outrage."