This week, “Smash” is playing Musical Chairs and boy are we dizzy. Here's how it really went down.
This week on "Smash," guys! "Hit List" is getting staged at the Winter Fringe Festival; "Bombshell" is still lumbering its way toward Broadway, "Liasons" is a total mess; and all of the people in all of these shows are still a lot less intelligent and articulate than you need them ...
“Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco found herself caught in the middle of a lawsuit between CBS and Dish network thanks to a tweet extolling the virtues of a Dish product.
Welcome to "The Read Through" where there will be--you guessed it--a read-through of "Bombshell." And just to spice things up, there's a simultaneous reading of "Hit List," too! You can hardly stand the excitement, we know.
"Whose Line is it Anyway?" will bring improv back to TV—but not the same kind that is in fashion on stages and at schools.
Sterling Beaumon talks about stepping up as man of the house in "Red Widow" and his philosophy on auditioning.
I’ve seen many a time when casting had a particular type in mind for a role, and then went in a completely different direction because the actor gave such an extraordinary read, and most of all, brought a uniqueness to the character that they hadn’t seen.
Jon Lucas, with his writing partner Scott Moore make their first foray into feature film directing with “21 and Over,” a story about a med student celebrating his 21st birthday.
The British actor, currently starring opposite Kevin Bacon on Fox’s serial-killer drama, is fearless in delving into the world of a convicted murderer who is adept at attracting fellow killers to do his bidding.
As Sundance Channel prepares to launch its first scripted series, parent company AMC Networks announced that Barnett has been promoted to president and general manager.