This season alone cable nets the Hallmark Channel and Sundance Channel have both announced their entry into scripted programming with more than a half-dozen series between them.
TV special “Annie’s Search for Sandy” chronicles the surprisingly heartwarming search for the right dog to play Sandy in the Broadway revival of "Annie."
Between the debates and superstorm Sandy and the election, "Go On" has been on pause. But don’t worry, folks, not much has changed.
Fox adds to its annual diversity program by providing writing opportunities with HarperCollins, Fox Writers Studio, 20th Century Fox Film, 20th Century Fox Television, and FX.
Ryan King (Matthew Perry) hosts a Thanksgiving dinner at the radio station and starts to have feelings for a high school crush (Lauren Graham).
An ongoing labor dispute between the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and the producers of “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” has raised new questions about the longevity of soaps.
“The Following” star talks about returning to the Fox drama for its second season as brainwashed babysitter Emma, and why she views the murderous sociopath as a victim.
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.
Actors are always looking for more ways to challenge themselves. Check out stage stars like Linda Lavin, Lily Rabe, and Patti LuPone are tackling off-stage and on your television screen--and garnering some Emmy buzz in the process!
With Jason Isaacs and Anne Heche set to start filming USA’s upcoming six-episode “Dig” in Jerusalem, co-creator Tim Kring (“Heroes”) talks about why finite series offer actors juicier jobs.