Yesterday, we took a look at the episodes submitted by actors nominated for an Emmy Award in the drama categories. Here's a look at the comedy performances.
Best friends and collaborators Parham and St. Clair grace our cover this week and chat about their new USA comedy "Playing House," as well as their long work partnership and all-around awesomeness!
This year, the Emmy nominations offered an embarrassment of riches with many Academy Award winners earning nods. We look at the Oscar-winning actors who graced the small screen this year.
How cable shows such as "Mad Men," "Hot in Cleveland," and "Louie" are achieving critical and commercial success by taking big risks.
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.
"Ben and Kate" kicks off with nifty, ultra-condensed life stories of siblings Ben and Kate. Kate is the responsible one. And then there’s Ben. All we need to know is that Ben is SUPER silly.
Producers and casting directors on “One Life to Live” may soon be seeking replacements for former "OLTL" stars Michael Easton, Kristen Alderson, and Roger Howarth,
The Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting will allow permits on a “case-by-case basis” for productions shooting at exterior locations in New York City.
Bob Newhart has never won an Emmy Award, but will get his seventh try in September. We look at other actors who might break their losing streak this year.
First-time Emmy nominee John Benjamin Hickey talks about four seasons on "The Big C" and working with Laura Linney.