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Joan Rivers blasted the Writers Guild of America in her first public comment about the threat of being expelled over her work on E! Network’s “Fashion Police.” “This is such a bunch of bullshit,”…
The Writers Guild of America East has taken a step toward disciplining “Fashion Police’s” Joan Rivers over alleged rule violations by selecting three unnamed members for a trial board. The guild had…
Substitute host seethes over trial addressing Trayvon Martin shooting.
Cable news nets continued their marathon coverage of the George Zimmerman trial Sunday morning, after Zimmerman’s “not guilty” verdict arrived around 10 p.m. EST Saturday night, leaving many nets to…
CBS, NBC and ABC all broke into regularly scheduled programming Saturday to deliver special news reports on the “not guilty” verdict in the closely watched George Zimmerman trial. In a sign that the…
Escalating the dispute over striking “Fashion Police” writers, the Council of the Writers Guild of America East has voted to send charges filed against Joan Rivers to a trial board — which could lead…
The striking "Fashion Police" writers have appealed directly to Joan Rivers to support their unionization push.
Greek state TV and radio were gradually pulled off the air late Tuesday, hours after the government said it would temporarily close all state-run broadcasts and lay off about 2,500 workers as part of…
Inside the online revival of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," where production and distribution are getting a radical rethink.
Lately on TV, bad guys appear to be having all the fun, with a wave of programs romanticizing — if not quite glorifying — those who do terrible things. Some of TV's most compelling characters of the…
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