Over the last few years the Windy City has experienced a renaissance of sorts, thanks in part to its iconic skyline, skilled production workforce, and universal esteem—but mostly thanks to the 30-percent tax credit enacted in early 2009.
When you’re ready to tackle guest star roles, the first thing you need to do is stop accepting co-star parts.
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.
Funny and charming, Wood has secured a place for herself in the biz with her huge talent—and one killer Little Edie Beale impression.
The talented Bebe Wood of "The New Normal" hits our April 4 cover! Here's a sneak peak at the story, which hits newstands tomorrow!
Karen's dad and Ivy's famous mom enter the picture in this week's episode of "Smash."
Bravo, the channel best known for putting real housewives acting really badly on television sets across the nation, announced at its upfronts today that it has three scripted programs in development—plus 17 new unscripted programs.
Bucatinsky says it’s like train hopping; he gets off “Scandal” and heads to “Grey’s Anatomy,” and so on. He shares some of what he’s learned on the journey.
Could FX’s split into a channel triumvirate be a boon to actors?
This week on a slightly less frenetic episode of "Smash," Karen has some growing pains at "Hit List," Ivy is now starring in "Bombshell" as a short, manly-voiced Marilyn, and Tom is directing.