Already adapted from the comicbook into a 2005 TV movie, Sci Fi resurrects "Painkiller Jane" with a new lead in Kristanna Loken, but nothing here is an improvement. The show's mired in stiff…
Jim Thurman, Emmy-award winning children's television writer, died in Sheffield, MA, April 14 after a short illness. He was 72.
Turns out ABC's "Lost" hasn't lost as many viewers as reported in the weekly Nielsens. True, the third-year drama isn't the ratings juggernaut it was in its first two seasons, but its weekly tallies…
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Quite possibly the worst show in "American Idol's" history, the final eight mangled the concept of "Latin" music, dragging out disco tunes and Santana tracks. Night was so embarrassing, Sanjaya…
The combo of "American Idol" and "House" proved too much for the competition on Tuesday night, as Fox rolled to victory in all key demos.
In a play to grab more movie ad coin, Bravo will begin programming original fare on Thursday nights this summer. That's the word from network topper Lauren Zalaznick, who announced the move Wednesday…
The Brits and French watched television slightly less in 2006, Italians and Germans watched more, while Spanish TV viewing was stable, according to a report published on Wednesday.
Four U.S. shows are competing in the new international category as BAFTA announced its TV nominations. "Entourage," "House," "Lost" and "My Name Is Earl" were all given the nod.
A CBS News producer was fired and the network apologized after a Katie Couric video essay on libraries was found to be plagiarized from the Wall Street Journal.
There's little so satisfying in a narrative as a neat switch. Halfway through the first act of his new play "Landscape With Weapon," playwright Joe Penhall pulls one off. Bad guy Ned (Tom Hollander)…
The Food Network has engineered the most elaborate tie-in movie promotion in its 13-year history, helping Warner Bros. to get the word out on "No Reservations," a summer romantic drama starring…