In the short time it's been on the air, "The New Normal" has gotten a considerable amount of flack for sometimes being too precious and too.... big.
Ryan King (Matthew Perry) is still right where we left him: grieving the death of his wife, Janie, and pretending that everything is totally okay.
Matthew Perry is back on TV in NBC's "Go On," a sitcom about a sarcastic, depressed man who is forced to go to through therapy to confront his problems.
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.
The American Film Institute’s annual AFI Awards will be presented Jan. 11, 2013. This year’s honorees in film and television will be announced Dec. 10.
Who could have predicted that one of the hottest TV shows in America would come from Britain? Casting director Jill Trevellick talks to Backstage about casting "Downton Abbey," which has been nominated for multiple Emmy Awards including six acting nominations.
Ryan Gosling will write and direct “How to Catch a Monster,” while Michael Keaton comes back to big screens as the “Robocop” villain, and Michael Pitt marries Mary Pickford.
Emmy-nominated casting director Mark Saks on casting CBS' "The Good Wife," his audition pet peeves, and finding fresh talent.
Hollywood producers are breathing easier after lawmakers in Sacramento passed an extension to the state's lucrative tax credit program for the entertainment industry. The bill passed the state Senate in a 32-2 vote and provides another $200 million in taxpayer support for film and television series shot in California.
GLAAD’s sixth annual Network Responsibility Index analyzes the quantity, quality, and diversity of images of LGBT individuals on broadcast and cable television.