Ian Richardson, who brought Shakespearean depth to his portrayal of a thoroughly immoral politician in the hugely popular satirical British TV drama "House of Cards," died Friday 72.
Fred Ball, Lucille Ball's younger brother, who traveled with his brother-in-law Desi Arnaz and worked at Desilu Productions, died Feb. 5 in Cottonwood, Ariz. He was 91.
Cultural and ethnographic identity is explored in the fragmented but engrossing docu "The Sami," Markku Lehmuskallio and Anastasia Lapsui's modest, unpretentious look at Europe's last aboriginal…
The network that once publicly thanked a higher power for Fridays almost seems to be dreading the end of the work week now. Having joined other nets in retreating from firstrun scripted programming…
Jim Samples has resigned as exec VP-general manager of the Cartoon Network, in effect falling on his sword to atone for the net's disastrous promotional stunt that threw the city of Boston into…
"Grey's Anatomy," "Ugly Betty" and "Men in Trees" were all on the high end of their ratings range Thursday night, lifting ABC to victory among young adults and its second best averages of the season…
John de Mol's budding, Netherlands-based, multimedia conglom Talpa Media has launched an international distribution division called Talpa Content.
In her attempt to live down the pseudo-scandal of her relationship with an ex-Citigroup exec, CNBC's Maria Bartiromo is getting support from people in high places.
ESPN's signature program "SportsCenter" is branching out into cyberspace for the first time with a lickety-split daily-highlight show "the SportsCenter Minute."
Fox has made a big-bucks, 13-episode commitment to "Action News," the Kelsey Grammer-Patricia Heaton laffer from scribes Christopher Lloyd and Steve Levitan.
Ion Television has inked a deal to be the exclusive nationwide network to carry original BodogTV programs.