(Reuters) - Actress Laura Linney, the female cast members of TV drama "Mad Men" and directors Sofia Coppola and George Lucas were named on Monday as winners of Hollywood's annual Crystal and Lucy Awards, which honor women's achievement in film. The Women in Film organization, which promotes gender parity in the historically male-dominated film business, […]
“American Horror Story” has just added another addition to its third installment, subtitled “Coven.”
Taking to Facebook, the U.S. ambassador to Australia is urging Australians to cease their illegal downloads of “Game of Thrones”, saying that they are among the world’s worst pirates of the wildly popular medieval television drama.
(Reuters) - A ruby-adorned silver and gold belt buckle from the U.S. television drama "Dallas" forms the centerpiece of an auction of personal items of late actor Larry Hagman, who played the conniving oilman J.R. Ewing on the hit series. The buckle, with the initials "J.R.," is as garish and brazen as the character who […]
Fox's "American Idol" is having a really bad week. The network's big revenue generator is showing signs of distress.
The story of the "Today" show's fall from grace - from its ratings losses to the debacle of Ann Curry's firing - has received a lot of press. But, there's a whole other side of the story, which Brian Stelter's newly released book, "Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV," exposes.
Suddenly wives of the world have never been more interested in watching sports. Jon Hamm announced that he will be hosting the 2013 ESPY Awards, during an appearance on Wednesday's "LIVE with Kelly and Michael."
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - E! unveiled six new shows Monday, including a reality series about the WWE, and announced that its new series in development include the drama "Laurel Canyon," from "Gossip Girl" co-creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage. Besides including the WWE-focused "Total Divas," the network's new shows include "Hello Ross" (a working title) […]
Nastaran Dibai has bid adieu to "Malibu Country." Dibai, the showrunner for freshman ABC comedy "Malibu Country." won't be returning to the series if it's picked up for another season.
U.S. actor Allan Arbus, best known for his role as Army psychiatrist Sidney Freedman on the 1970s hit television series “M*A*S*H” and as the husband of the late photographer Diane Arbus, has died at the age of 95.