Now in its sixth season, “The Big Bang Theory” has emerged as a solid hit, with two Emmy Awards for lead actor Jim Parsons, and one of the best comedy ensembles on television.
Bill Hader was shocked to hear he earned him an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for "Saturday Night Live."
Josh Dallas is very busy on the set of his hit ABC show—as he puts it, “My life is ‘Once Upon a Time,’ all the time.” Season two premieres on Sept. 30 on ABC.
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.
The actor stars in NBC's “Revolution,” a new post-apocalyptic sci-fi series set 15 years after a disaster destroyed all of the world’s technology. Read Backstage's Q&A with Spiridakos to learn why she calls it her “dream role.”
Casting director Barbara McNamara explains how background actors can upgrade to more-prominent (even speaking) roles as featured extras on a show like “30 Rock.”
Leading up to the Emmys, Back Stage will be speaking with nominated casting directors. "Modern Family" CD Jeff Greenberg shares his secrets.
We begin on Christmas Eve…err, Saturday night, with Tom standing naked on stage while the entire "Bombshell" cast points and laughs at him. Welcome to Tom's final dress anxiety dream.
The series finale of "Smash" concludes with a bunch of loose ends tied up, and every living happily ever after.
It's hard to not get emotionally invested in a good binge-watch!