Netflix original series like "House of Cards" and "Orange Is the New Black" aren’t great for attracting new subscribers — but they’ve become a key way for the No. 1 streaming service to retain them…
David Gordon Green's patiently observed, often unsettlingly violent drama can't help but feel overly familiar in some of its particulars.
It’s looking less likely that “Stone Cold” Steve Austin will ever return to WWE’s ring to wrestle in another high-profile match — unless it’s a videogame. Austin, who represented WWE’s edgier…
Big cable operators remain unable to shake the stigma of poor service and chronic rate hikes, once again turning in dismal scores for TV service on the American Customer Satisfaction Index that — on…
International sales company Versatile has added two titles to its lineup: Catherine Deneuve starrer “Satisfactions” and “Blind,” the feature debut of Norway's Eskil Vogt, co-screenwriter on Joachim…
The Rolling Stones are rolling out their 50 and Counting tour across America, while Andrew Loog Oldham, the manager who launched the Stones' storied career 51 years ago and parted ways with the band…
Conan O'Brien's latenight talker will remain on TBS through November 2015, suggesting the Time Warner-owned network is more comfortable with his program's performance after adding reruns of "The Big…
Pic's Bulgarian-made CGI does the most damage in Antoine Fuqua's intense, ugly, White-House-under-siege actioner.
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Peter Whitehead's never-released 1965 film renders a sharply focused black-and-white snapshot of the Rolling Stones rapidly approaching superstardom after the release of "Satisfaction."
Forget cord-cutting; the latest wave of research on pay TV subscribers attests to plenty of cord-cuddling.