Aside from new lead roles for veteran performers such as Tea Leoni and Viola Davis, the number of female performers on TV is decreasing, according to study Boxed In.
NBC’s new “Go On,” “The New Normal,” and “Revolution” all got picked up for full seasons, HBO renewed “Boardwalk Empire,” and Adult Swim ordered more “Children’s Hospital” and “NTSF:SD:SUV.”
Beau Willimon is a playwright and the creator of the Netflix original series “House of Cards.” His new play, “The Parisian Woman,” opened at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, Calif., April 14.
“Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco found herself caught in the middle of a lawsuit between CBS and Dish network thanks to a tweet extolling the virtues of a Dish product.
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.
On the Halloween episode of "Ben and Kate," Ben and Tommy eat the wrong kind of candy, and Kate learns a lesson about disguising herself.
Amazon Studios ordered comedies “Alpha House,” about four senators living together in Washington, D.C., and “Betas,” about tech entrepreneurs, and kids’ series “Annebots,” “Creative Galaxy,” and “Tumbleaf” to series.
The fight to lure film and television productions to the South has escalated, with Texas allocating $95 million over two years to its tax incentive program.
There have already been 19 pilots shot in New York this season, of which five went straight to series, according to state government figures. Another two have committed to filming in the Empire State.
Sutton Foster, Josh Gad, Shay Mitchell, Danny Pudi, and Antony Starr talk about how the television industry is changing.