It's easy being green -- if you're the WB. Luck seems to shine on the Frog, which has been able to replenish its schedule in recent years despite the loss of most of the network's original signature…
Robert Greenblatt is not only familiar with the competition, he was the competition. Now he has brought his knowledge to Showtime as the newly hired president of entertainment.
By choosing eclectic roles, Kathryn Morris ("A.I. Artificial Intelligence," "The Contender") has been aiming to endure. She has slowly built an impressive list of feature credits, most notably her…
UPN is hoping to laugh its way out of a ratings funk. Last year was a difficult one for the netlet, with "Enterprise" taking a Nielsen dive and several new dramas failing to connect with auds. What's…
The biggest event in PBS' fall season began with a simple idea. Martin Scorsese asked Alex Gibney if he'd want to help produce a single film about the blues directed by Charles Burnett.
On the CBS series "Joan of Arcadia," Amber Tamblyn's 16-year-old alter ego Joan Girardi thinks she just might be crazy. She has daily conversations with God; sees things that nobody else can, and…
It's all about the ladies. Four talkshows coming out of the gate feature women with the gift of gab. Two of the biggest names -- Ellen DeGeneres and Sharon Osbourne -- have been the subject of some…
When Al Madrigal walked in to audition for the comedy "The Ortegas" he realized he was a longshot.But look who's laughing now. Madrigal stars in "The Ortegas," Fox's adaptation of the International…
Never mind about last year, ABC execs say. The Alphabet web launched its shows last fall with a surprising amount of momentum -- only to see that growth spurt fade by midseason. Poor scheduling…
In the new ABC sitcom "I'm With Her," David Sutfcliffe plays the shy, everyman boyfriend of a movie star. Having only briefly tasted the spotlight himself Sutcliffe says he's used to the anonymity.
While the broadcast nets have yet to entirely concede the longform business to cable, the telepics and miniseries remaining on the webs have an increasingly cable feel.