Mark Steines, now co-host of Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family," admits he had no inkling that Burnett was destined to lead the charge on the contemporary wave of reality programming.
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The story of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong gets exhaustive and penetrating documentary treatment in Alex Gibney's latest.
It may have been a good weekend on the bigscreen for Oprah Winfrey with “Lee Daniels’ The Butler,” but her smallscreen chat with Lindsay Lohan didn’t resonate very well with viewers. According to…
British hyphenate Simon Fuller might be best known for creating the "Pop Idol"/"American Idol" franchises, but his entry into sports is also helping build his $573 million fortune.
NBC Sports Network and CBS Sports Network are years into their maturation process and appear to be more focused than ever.
Sony Pictures Classics will handle the worldwide release Alex Gibney's Lance Armstrong documentary “The Armstrong Lie,” chronicling the cyclist’s fall from hero status. The film is produced by…
A terrific docu from Gallic nonfiction filmmaker Nicolas Philibert, "La Maison de la radio" adds revealing images to sounds that will be familiar to millions of French public-radio listeners.
Shot over the course of six years, the stirring "Rising From Ashes" charts the growth of the Rwanda national cycling team from inception to the Olympics, a success story badly needed by a nation…
"I'm a little bit trapped, I'm afraid," says the not-so-poor-butterfly title character in David Adjmi's audacious and stunning "Marie Antoinette," a co-prod that received joint world preems, first in…
Sensual and horrifying, "The Patience Stone" plays like a mesmerizing, modern take on the tales of Scheherazade and a parable on the suffering of Afghan women.
BIARRITZ, France -- "The Tour de France," Jean-Christophe Rose's two-part documentary looking at the cycling event's 100-year history, is peddling its way Stateside.