The Tiffany net nabbed a jaw-dropping 50 nods this year for programs ranging from “The Young and the Restless” (which scored the most nominations out of any show with 23) to “CBS Sunday Morning”; the ceremony will take place June 16 broadcast on HLN.
There have already been 19 pilots shot in New York this season, of which five went straight to series, according to state government figures. Another two have committed to filming in the Empire State.
Secret Agent Man doesn’t like it either, but there are important, business-related reasons why boldfaced names seem to land all the leads in pilots.
Julia and Tom are breaking up, Jimmy goes on a bender, and Kyle gets Smashed in this week's episode of "Smash."
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.”
From April 29 to May 3, Comedy Central will partner with Twitter to launch an experiment in how cable channels present content—and how audiences watch it.
The new projects announced at E!'s upfront event include several that have prominent actors and producers attached, including Kevin Spacey, Josh Schwartz, and Ryan Seacrest.
"Defiance's" Jaime Murray offers tips on auditioning and creating character in the sci-fi genre.
This week on "Smash," "Bombshell" is finally (finally) open for business, which means that Tom and Julia are looking forward to their next project. Or not.
Amazon Studios has released 14 pilots on Prime Instant Video, including one based on the feature “Zombieland," and the fate of them all rests on your shoulders.