Comedy Central has promoted Kent Alterman to president of content development and original programming for the cable network.
If you were wondering whether Ryan King (Matthew Perry) is as much of an egotistical douche as I keep saying he is, then look no further than the first scene of episode 4 of “Go On.”
How cable shows such as "Mad Men," "Hot in Cleveland," and "Louie" are achieving critical and commercial success by taking big risks.
Veteran character actor Jim O'Heir takes abuse every week as Jerry Gergich on NBC's "Parks and Recreation." Why does he love it so much?
The names of Screen Actors Guild Awards nominees were inadvertently leaked Wednesday morning because of a computer “glitch” hours before their official announcement.
"Twilight," "Treme," and Quentin Tarantino are among those taking advantage of Louisiana's tax credits.
Anna Faris graces our cover this week, and she chats with Backstage about her role in the new Chuck Lorre-penned sitcom "Mom," co-starring Allison Janney and premiering September 23 on CBS.
The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment has officially suspended all outdoor film permits for Saturday, Feb. 9, due to severe weather in New York City.
Lydia R. Diamond’s family drama is moving from stage to screen, with a screenplay adaptation written by the playwright.
Cindy Tolan, Jim Carnahan, and Mark Saks were among the big winners last night at the 26th annual Artios Awards, honoring outstanding achievement in casting in theater, film, and television.