This week on Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom," MacKenzie delivers an impassioned speech about news judgment, while Will McAvoy tries to land a political debate.
With roles on two HBO series, Joel Johnstone shares what he's learned and how he got from a small L.A. theater production to "The Newsroom" and "Getting On."
The number of female characters on television edged up last year as more women took senior roles behind the camera. Despite the gains, women's representation on television continues to lag behind their proportion of the U.S. population.
Stephen Tobolowsky joins a “Glee” convention in England, Cedering Fox’s “WordTheatre,” and Fox’s “The Mindy Project.”
Southern California casting directors Shaunda Grace Jones and Kim Coleman will cast ”Love Thy Neighbor” and “The Haves and Have Nots,” respectively.
Actor Ben Feldman is stealing scenes as Michael Ginsberg, the new guy in the office on the AMC drama series "Mad Men."
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.
Up-and-coming standup comics Anthony Jeselnik, Amy Schumer, and Ben Hoffman will each debut their new shows on Comedy Central next year.
Imagining anyone but Eric Stonestreet playing the sweetly hilarious, bubbly, and quirky Cameron on ABC’s “Modern Family” may seem impossible, but Stonestreet was turned down for the part twice before being cast.
NBC's "After Hours" is set to be cast by Junie Lowry-Johnson and Libby Goldstein; Anya Colloff and Michael Nicolo, of CFB Casting will work on ABC's "Trophy Wife."