Something groundbreaking will happen in the Outstanding Drama category at the Emmy Awards this year. Either AMC's "Mad Men" will snag its fifth win a row, setting a new record for consecutive wins in the category, or there will be a major upset. Either way, it will be exciting.
Assembly Member Felipe Fuentes’ bill adding two years to the California Film & Television Tax Credit Program passed unanimously through two Senate committees.
Silverstone will return to Broadway in the porn industry comedy “The Performers,” while Akerman has been cast in a key recurring role on the ABC sitcom “Suburgatory.”
The largest studio for film and TV production outside Hollywood could double in size over the next decade, adding to New York’s growing entertainment industry infrastructure.
ABC, NBC, Fox, and the CW go on a late summer shopping spree for new scripted projects to develop for the 2013-14 television season.
Bernard Telsey, one of the top CDs for stage and film, recently added TV casting to his repertoire. The result was three shows in one season and his first Emmy nomination, for “The Big C.”
The phrase “Greater Fool,” which refers to a naïve buyer of bad stocks, is a metaphor used liberally by Aaron Sorkin. So who are “The Newsroom’s” “greater fools” by season’s end?
An interesting article from The Hollywood Reporter today raises an age-old question: Can an actor win an Emmy Award if they aren’t willing to campaign for it?
"Grimm's" Bitsie Tulloch shares her unlikely journey to acting by way of academia.
We chatted with Martha Plimpton on the heels of her third Emmy nomination about life on both coasts, her famous family, and what it takes to cultivate a lifelong career.