"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" has started off big in its third primetime season on FX, soaring to its best numbers ever on Thursday: 2.3 million total viewers, of whom 77% were adults 18-49.
Reality-docu production shingle Homerun Entertainment is expanding its operations with the appointment of Greg Spring as VP of development.
POSTED BY STUART LEVINE Rob Marshall, who many thought had a shot to win an Oscar when he was nominated for "Chicago," has had better luck at the Emmys. He picked up a statue for helming "Tony…
Good for Jaime Pressly! She won for supporting comedy actress for her bravura turn as a trailer prima donna Joy Turner on NBC’s "My Name is Earl." Backstage she admitted that Joy is an amalgam of…
Pity the poor Emmy announcer. She mispronounced the surname of "Grey’s Anatomy" star Katherine Heigl, who joined the achingly handsome Kyle Chandler on stage to present the trophy for supporting…
Emmycast started with a musical number from "Family Guy’s" potty-mouthed baby Stewie and Brian. "If you want it you can find it on TV…." The bit had barbs for each of the networks, but there was a…
OK, we’re here. Backstage at the Shrine. Stuart Levine and I are in place in the winners quote room, trying to get adjusted to tight squeeze that they have reporters in and we’re both vowing to work…
Saturday's Evening Before party had all the ingredients for a successful TV show. . .
Be sure to check out Cynthia Littleton’s On the Air blog tonight where she’ll be live-blogging from the 59th Annual Emmy Awards.
Don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that among industry insiders, the talk of NBC U’s Spago party on Saturday night was the happening that started late Friday and stretched through dawn at the…
The makeover of Ovation continues, with the net slotting skein "Art & the City" for an Oct. 7 bow.