Earl Hamner Jr., the creator and narrator of CBS’ beloved, long-running family drama “The Waltons,” died Thursday in Los Angeles. He was 92 and had been diagnosed with cancer in June 2014, according…
A&E had the competition ducking for cover Wednesday, as its redneck reality smash “Duck Dynasty” kicked off its new season with a whopping 11.8 million viewers — the largest audience ever for a…
Traveling through the past 40 years of lead actress Emmys yields one "Did this really happen?" moment after another.
TV director Jack Shea, who served three terms as Directors Guild of America president, died Sunday in Tarzana from complication from Alzheimer’s. He was 84. Shea, the recipient of the DGA’s 1992…
The spirit of the Blue Ridge Mountains will come to the Wilshire Ebell Theater on Sept. 29 as cast members and producers of "The Waltons" reunite to celebrate the show's 40th anniversary.
Sam Manners, an Emmy-nominated producer and production manager for television and film, died June 1. He was 91.
Influential TV mogul Lee Rich, who ran Lorimar Television and later MGM/UA, and won an Emmy for producing "The Waltons," died of lung cancer Friday in Los Angeles. He was 93.
Matronly character actress Peggy Rea, best known for her work of "The Waltons," "The Dukes of Hazzard" and "Grace Under Fire," died in Toluca Lake, Calif., on Feb. 5 of complications from congestive…
Actress Corinne Camacho, who was featured in dozens of skeins from "The Bionic Woman" to "The Rockford Files" and "Medical Center," died Sept. 15 in Beaverton, Ore., of cancer. She was 68.
Voiceover performer Arthur "Art" Gilmore, died Sept. 25 in Irvine, Calif., of natural causes. He was 98.
Edward O. Denault, who was head of production at CBS and later VP of production at Lorimar Television, died Aug. 21 in Mission Viejo, Calif., of heart failure. He was 86.