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.
Six fans will win a trip to L.A. to visit the set of “Arrested Development” and film a walk-on role on the show thanks to the “You’re Gonna Get Some Walk-Ons” contest from Netflix.
Cable networks like FX, Lifetime, TV Land, AMC, SyFy, TNT, MTV, and Nickelodeon are attracting top talent from film and broadcast TV for new projects.
In the pilot episode we meet David and Bryan who really want to have a baby. We also meet Goldie, a girl who gave birth to her first daughter at fifteen and who's had enough of being stuck in her stagnant old life in Ohio.
Calling the show that pays him a reported $300,000 an episode “filth,” Angus T. Jones may have lost his passion for performing.
Backstage talks to the star of Fox's hit serial killer drama this week.
This year Washington is learning firsthand just how different network television is from film. The seven-episode first season of “Scandal” premiered in the spring; Washington is currently filming the second season.
Susan Edelman shares how she found the perfect blend of experienced actors to create the Southern town feel of CBS's sexy new legal drama "Reckless."
Plus, Tom Hanks signs on for his Broadway debut, a “Game of Thrones” star takes on Audrey Hepburn’s iconic role, Matt Bomer is Ryan Murphy’s favorite guest actor, and more casting news.
Straight-to-series pickups have been popular with cable nets and the new online content producers such as Netflix, but now the broadcast networks increasingly are using the strategy—which could be a boon for working actors.