“Big Brother” continued its hot streak on Thursday, as the CBS reality veteran was again the night’s top draw among young adults despite going up against the concluding hour of Fox’s “Hell’s Kitchen.”…
Thursday was a pretty quiet night for the broadcasters, with Fox’s “Hell’s Kitchen” looking good while ABC’s lineup returned to sluggish results after a three-week break. ESPN likely stole some…
Diego Galan's documentary offers only the most superficial glimpse at trends in post-1930 Spanish cinema.
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Fox is making moves to strengthen its Tuesday by pulling "Ben & Kate" and eventually asking "Hell's Kitchen" to lead off the night and serve as a lead-in to "New Girl."
Sundance starlet Mackenzie Davis ("Breathe In"), Nicholas Braun ("The Perks of Being a Wallflower") and Josh Fadem ("The Eric Andre Show") are in talks to star in Sony Pictures' genre movie "The…
Monterey Media has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights for all media to Ishai Setton's ensemble comedy "The Kitchen," starring Laura Prepon, Dreama Walker and Bryan Greenberg.
Back in the 1950s and 1960s, 'kitchen sink drama' meant realist plays about English working class characters trapped in impoverished social circumstances railing against their lot.
Ben Silverman has found another international TV format to bring to the U.S.
"October Road" co-stars Bryan Greenberg and Laura Prepon are reteaming for the indie comedy "The Kitchen," which is currently filming in Los Angeles.
Southeast Asian English-language channel AXN is planning to introduce the region's first ever TV musical, "The Kitchen Musical," which will combine drama, music, dance and recipes and will bow across…
Hyperbolic, abrasive celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay brings his trademark verbal abuse -- but thankfully none of the show's moronic contestants -- to the videogame adaptation of "Hell's Kitchen."