Every year, the Emmy nominations bring their share of surprises—both good and bad. We take a look at the omissions that shocked us, and the inclusions that made us smile.
Casting Directors Confirmed for Pilots "Bad Management," Keep Calm and Karey On," and "Middle Age Rage."
Comedy Central and standup star Schumer put in the work and paid her dues—even handing out comedy fliers to annoyed pedestrians—and now she’s reaping the rewards with “Inside Amy Schumer” and the upcoming Judd Apatow–directed, Schumer-starring “Trainwreck.”
They recently spoke to Back Stage about working with Matt Weiner, avoiding stunt casting, and finding the perfect actor to play Don Draper’s new wife.
The creator of the hit ABC Family drama talks about what it takes to go from recurring to regular on the mystery series.
Necar Zadegan, of “Emily Owens, M.D.,” talks about the Mamie Gummer-starring show and the relentlessness of high school archetypes.
Actor Ben Feldman is stealing scenes as Michael Ginsberg, the new guy in the office on the AMC drama series "Mad Men."
"Defiance's" Jaime Murray offers tips on auditioning and creating character in the sci-fi genre.
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 the success of Netflix’s “House of Cards” and high production values, well-known actors such as Jackson, Goodman, Jeffrey Tambor, and Mark Consuelos are signing up for original online series.