The new Cold War spy series, starring Keri Russell, will not resume shooting until Nov. 26, after flooding damaged one of the show’s Brooklyn soundstages.
Lifetime's "Stalkers" and FX drama "The Bridge" will be cast by Bruce H. Newberg and Creative Casting, respectively.
FX president John Landgraf is changing the basic-cable landscape by taking big risks on untested talent in shows such as “Louie,” “Sons of Anarchy,” and “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”
Networks like MTV, TNT, and TBS look to solidify their original programming by promoting development executives, while NBC tries to change course with new blood.
The sociopolitical comedian has relocated from the Bay Area to Brooklyn for his TV debut, hosting his own late-night comedy show.
How cable shows such as "Mad Men," "Hot in Cleveland," and "Louie" are achieving critical and commercial success by taking big risks.
Landgraf, head of cable channel FX, talks about working with Louis C.K. and leaving the comedian alone to create each season of his acclaimed show "Louie."
Grant Wilfley Casting is casting background for "The Americans," a new FX drama pilot starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys as married KGB spies.