Since his days on MTV's "TRL," Carson Daly has expanded his role as a host and TV personality. He chatted with Backstage about his unexpected rise to fame, and how he keeps up with his hectic schedule.
Today, NBC—that most embattled of the nets—announced the renewal of its long-running “Parenthood,” “Grimm,” and “Law & Order: SVU,” as well as freshman dramas “Revolution” and “Chicago Fire.”
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Miracles abound this week on "Smash," as the show moves to Saturday nights. Maybe somebody put something in the water in the writers' room. Maybe the show's endgame is suddenly more clearly in sight. But whatever happened, we hope it keeps happening.
This week, “Smash” is playing Musical Chairs and boy are we dizzy. Here's how it really went down.
With production of the hour-long finale set to wrap in March, the actors who have developed their distinctive Dunder Mifflin Paper Company characters, including Brian Baumgartner, are in the process of moving on to other projects.
Fox's “Delirium,” will be cast by Scott Genkinger, “Sleepy Hollow” will be cast by Cathy Sandrich and "Venice" will be cast Patrick Rush. The CW's "Company Town" will be cast by Nancy Klopper.
A comedy pilot starring Sean Hayes and a drama written by Alfonso Cuarón are among the NBC pilots set to begin casting.
Here are the latest pilots in development at ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and the CW.
As pilot season beginning to ramp up, four new comedy projects now have casting directors attached, Backstage has learned. The comedy "About a Boy" for NBC, which has ordered 11 comedy pilots this season, will be cast by North Hollywood-based Cami Patton. The pilot, based on the book by Nick ...