Fresh off his role in the feature "Madea's Family Reunion," Blair Underwood has been cast in the CBS pilot "Company Town," while Mena Suvari will lead the Eye thriller "Orpheus."
The Motion Picture Sound Editors handed out kudos in 16 categories at the 53rd Golden Reel Awards on Saturday at the BevHilton. Feature film honors in sound editing went to a quintet of pics this…
The nation's most famous temp has just finished a year at the helm of "CBS Evening News," but retirement is on his mind. When CBS topper Leslie Moonves first proposed that Bob Schieffer take the…
Tears flow early and often in this medical reality show, which offers cutting-edge surgeries accompanied by more music than an average episode of "Nip/Tuck." Short on grisly surgical shots and long…
Tuning In: The folks at Duke U. weren't out to make themselves laughingstocks. They just wanted a little attention before the Oscars.
Germans can be touchy about their history. Weaned on 60 years of guilt and shame for the Nazi crimes of their grandparents' during WWII, Germans often equate history with pain, and filmmakers…
The most striking thing about HBO's captivating new drama "Big Love" is that it starts in the middle, without pause for background or explanation, chronicling the life of a polygamist and his three…
It started as a light-hearted way to promote understanding between Muslims and non-Muslims: Oz sketch skein "The Ronnie Johns Half Hour" declared Feb. 28 "High Five a Muslim Day."
Considering it hasn't even been determined who will schedule the CW's inaugural season, it may be premature to take a stab at how its lineup might look.
Bronx-bred rapper Fat Joe and performer-producer Lil Jon, the so-called "King of Crunk," have been tapped by MTV to host the debut "Pimp My Ride Intl."