Vet TV thesp John Larroquette has joined the cast of ABC's "Boston Legal," while several cast members have exited as series regulars.
Looking to free up funds for its $5 billion bid for Dow Jones, News Corp. announced Tuesday plans to sell nine of its Fox-affiliated TV stations.
Barry Sonnenfeld has two series on the air next season, but hungry to do more television, he has signed a new pact with Sony Pictures TV.
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As Tim Van Patten finished directing the memorable season-five episode of "The Sopranos" in which Adriana gets murdered, he was also prepping the long-awaited series finale of "Sex and the City" set…
At times, ABC's "Brothers & Sisters," about a combative yet devoted clan of adult siblings, feels like the only show of its ilk on network television -- and creator-executive producer Jon Robin Baitz…
After Peter Berg wrote and directed the pilot episode of "Friday Night Lights," only to hand the series off to Jason Katims for the remainder of the season, Katims felt like a field-goal kicker…
Stepping out of the more episode-contained procedural world of "Crossing Jordan," Tim Kring and his staff found themselves with a rather challenging writing task this season.
"Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" didn't draw viewers the way NBC or Aaron Sorkin hoped, certainly not compared with multi-Emmy winner and audience fave "The West Wing." "Studio 60" polarized…
The best way to catch a killer is to think like one. That explains why Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) is such a prized employee of the Miami Police Dept.
Half a millennium separates the Tudors (England's royal house from 1485 to 1603) from the Riches (the name adopted by a family of Travellers from the South who assume an alternate identity). And…