Emmy-nominee Bill Hader gives his take on the unintentionally-funny performance by Michael Palin in "Life of Brian."
"Glee" cast members will perform L.A. students' scripts at The Biggest Show 2012, organized by the Young Storytellers Foundation.
Plus, ABC orders more “Last Man Standing” and “Malibu Country,” the CW cancels “Emily Owens,” Donald Faison hosts “Who Gets the Last Laugh?” on TBS, and more TV news.
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!
A record number of productions have applied for tax credits in New York this year after Gov. Andrew Cuomo tripled the state’s post-production tax incentive program.
New York Women in Film & Television's board of directors announces the election of Alexis Alexanian as its president; five new board members also elected.
After eight seasons, Justin Kirk leaves “Weeds” behind in a puff of pot smoke to take on the ornery veterinarian of NBC’s “Animal Practice.”
In this week's "Vegas," we learn that Fat Tony isn't too common of a name, boxers have asthma, and Mike from "Breaking Bad" has found work.
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.
This week a maid gets run over, Milwaukee tries to ruin everything, and we finally hear some Rat Pack.