Pilot season is in the final act of casting and closing deals. TV shows are preparing to film and be next season’s hit. Many were cast and many more didn’t even get the chance to show their stuff.
This week on "Smash," we see Veronica Moore rehearsing her televised one-night-only concert that's directed by Derek, only it's going badly.
The television show "Switched At Birth" is already known for having entire scenes in American Sign Language (ASL). But on March 4, the series will make history with an episode entirely in ASL.
Director Bethany Rooney shares her dos and don'ts for actors working in television.
Fox has selected the finalists for its second advanced writing program, providing development and employment opportunities for screenwriters of diverse backgrounds.
Alexis Koczara and Christine Shevchenko will cast Leguizamo’s ABC pilot, while Tracy Lilienfield takes on casting duties for CBS’s “Jacked Up.”
Employment in the entertainment industry in Los Angles is almost back to pre-recession levels with on-location production days rising for the third year in a row, according to a new report.
We chatted with Maeve about her struggle to get the part, why she likes playing younger characters, and staying hungry.
With the success of Netflix’s “House of Cards” and high production values, well-known actors such as Jackson, Goodman, Jeffrey Tambor, and Mark Consuelos are signing up for original online series.
Welcome back to "Smash," where we meet cute with Karen, who is imagining herself wearing 1/4 of a shirt and performing a fully staged number from "Hit List," the musical that Jimmy and Kyle are writing that doesn’t really exist yet.