John Lutz ("30 Rock") and Jim O'Heir ("Parks and Recreation") are getting acclaim for playing the butt of the joke on TV.
Eva Longoria and Ansel Elgort announced the five film and eight television categories of this year’s Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Working outside of the traditional pilot season on a limited budget, Deborah Aquila and her casting team were able to take shots on actors who might not normally be considered for series regular roles with ABC's emotionally intense new drama "Black Box."
Landgraf, head of cable channel FX, talks about working with Louis C.K. and leaving the comedian alone to create each season of his acclaimed show "Louie."
Julia and Tom are breaking up, Jimmy goes on a bender, and Kyle gets Smashed in this week's episode of "Smash."
Could FX’s split into a channel triumvirate be a boon to actors?
The series finale of "Smash" concludes with a bunch of loose ends tied up, and every living happily ever after.
Choreographer Joshua Bergasse said that “Bombshell,” the Marilyn Monroe musical featured as the show-within-the-show on NBC’s “Smash,” will not be adapted for the stage any time soon.
UCB comedian Kate McKinnon will make her "Saturday Night Live" debut in April 7 episode, hosted by Sofia Vergara.
The New Zealand actor known for her roles on “Masters of Sex” and “The Lovely Bones” now plays the lead role in the CW’s new zombie comedy, premiering March 17.