The economic collapse of the past months has wreaked hardship on millions of people, but, let's admit it -- some guilty pleasures are emerging from the mess.
The Wall Street Journal recently theorized that tough times are stoking the public's appetite for hard TV news. Yet while networks have self-serving reasons to advance this theory, it actually looks…
No House Republicans voted for the stimulus bill, even as it passed the chamber handily today, but it does include some $50 million in funding for the National Endowment for the Arts. According to…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Former President Bill Clinton stirred the pot further in the unending debate over the need for a new Fairness Doctrine, a favorite rallying cry for…
Is it just me, or are all those "Watchmen" ads blitzing the airwaves, like, the best thing on television right now? OK, this is huge geek thing, but having read the incredibly dense graphic novel…
In a video interview with the Washington Post's Lois Romano, Obama adviser David Axelrod says, "I've been impressed by is the graciousness that President Bush has shown. . . . When he left, he wished…
USA Network is no longer wedded to the series version of "The Starter Wife."
As it went through Congress, Hollywood didn't fare too well in getting relief from President Obama stimulus package, singled out in the same way that opponents have targeted STD testing a…
FX has reupped its Denis Leary firehouse drama "Rescue Me" for a sixth season.
From the Army Archerd Archives: Francis Coppola is pulling up stakes in Hollywood, moving to San Francisco where he'll set up a studio facility.