Producers Steven Bochco and David Milch's creation didn't revolutionize television — at least, not in the way many foresaw.
Tvlife As We Know It
A founding member and unofficial leader of the Japanese pop mega-group Kat-tun, formed in 2001, Kazuya Kamenashi was signed, at the age of 12 by Johnny's Entertainment talent agency in 1998.
If the usual media mantra is along the lines of "Out with the old, in with the new," a few emerging bastions are daring to embrace the past.
During a recent trip to Taiwan, I was struck by the fact that virtually every taxi had a live TV connection on the dashboard. For someone unfamiliar with the streets of Taipei, perhaps the only thing…
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David L. Wolper, the prolific producer who spearheaded such landmark TV and film productions as "Roots," "The Making of the President 1960" and Jacques Cousteau's early specials, has died. He was 82.
More than a decade has passed since "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" splashed down in the international market.
Today, Hugh Laurie brings wicked grit to the title character on Fox's "House," but despite his popularity, most American viewers would still be surprised to find that the actor first became beloved…
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