Brooding and gloomy, "Broadchurch" is a grudgingly effective crime drama — managing to pull viewers through its grinding, "The Killing"-like paces even as its plethora of cop-drama cliches become…
The return of Anthony Edwards to series television and the migration of actors such as John Barrowman, Aidan Quinn and William Forsythe to potential new series highlighted the past week in broadcast…
Lucinda Moorhead has joined UTA as an agent in the TV literary department.
The opening episode of the U.K. revival of "Big Brother" gave Channel 5 one of its biggest ever audiences.
Films may have hogged the spotlight at Comic-Con Intl. over the years, but TV shows now far outnumber movies at the fanboy fest.
Following the splendid "Torchwood" miniseries "Children of Earth," stepping up to share the next chapter with the BBC represents an enormously shrewd move for Starz, bringing the pay net built-in…
Despite admirable aspects, it's a less-than-magical history tour.
Moving from Dickens to "Dancing With the Stars" might seem like a jarring transition, but BBC Worldwide exec Jane Tranter sees a fair amount of continuity between the scripted and unscripted sides of…
Harvard didn't exactly lay out the welcome mat for helmer David Fincher and his cast and crew when they shot "The Social Network" in fall 2009. The university blocked access to its campus, where the…
"Torchwood: Children of Earth" is a crackerjack, fabulously entertaining thriller.
The Brits have seldom excelled in science fiction relative to their strides in other genres, but this semi-spinoff of the new "Dr. Who" from its writer, Russell T. Davies, yields "X-Files"-ish charms…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- Playback: Jordan Peele on ‘Get Out’ and Art’s Role Under a Trump Regime
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