Rip Torn isn't necessarily proud of the fact, but he can clearly recall a time in the late 1950s when newspaper columnists and film directors would wag a finger in his face and warn, "If you keep on…
It looks doubtful that we'll ever see Tom Cruise starring in his own TV miniseries, or Arnold Schwarzenegger playing a doctor in a Robin Cook-derived made-for.
The standard sitcom often presents a certain disparity between fact and truth. The sitcom is frequently identified as a star vehicle: an established star might play a character not unlike his or her…
Lynn Whitfield, with two upcoming films, "Gone Fishin' " opposite Joe Pesci and Danny Glover and "Eve's Bayou" with Samuel L. Jackson, was relatively unknown when she won her 1990-91 Emmy for HBO's…
Nomination ballots for the 49th annual Primetime Emmy Awards will be mailed to 8,500 active members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences next week, with a deadline of June 27 for the return…
Shirley Knight, a 1997 Tony nominee for "The Young Man From Atlanta," won two Emmys last year. The first came the Saturday night before the telecast for her guest appearance on "NYPD Blue."
Talkshow host Oprah Winfrey took the unusual step Wednesday of denying rumors that have circulated for weeks that she is gay.
In an unprecedented theatrical-movie deal with Warner Bros., CBS and Time Warner's cable networks, TBS and TNT, have agreed to share 15 titles within a first broadcast window of four years.
The introduction of direct-to-home satellite broadcasting in Asia has been a textbook study in how to turn viewers off the notion of embracing multichannel television.
Valerie Harper, currently polishing her one-woman show on author Pearl S. Buck, has won four Emmys (three as supporting actress in a comedy and one for leading actress in a comedy) for the same…