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.
Emmy-nominee Bill Hader gives his take on the unintentionally-funny performance by Michael Palin in "Life of Brian."
The sociopolitical comedian has relocated from the Bay Area to Brooklyn for his TV debut, hosting his own late-night comedy show.
Plus, Kim Basinger, Demian Bichir, Martin Landau, and Virginia Madsen have joined the casts of new film projects.
Despite a quarterly increase, film and television production continues to lag behind historical averages in California at a rate that should "anger" residents, according to Paul Audley, president of FilmL.A.
Comedy Central has promoted Kent Alterman to president of content development and original programming for the cable network.
The “Mad Men” star is taking on a new role in thriller “The Quiet Ones,” out April 25.
This week's 'Nashville' characters go solo, go to rehab, and as usual, get jealous.
GLAAD’s sixth annual Network Responsibility Index analyzes the quantity, quality, and diversity of images of LGBT individuals on broadcast and cable television.
The British public broadcaster announced Tuesday that veteran executive Erin Jontow has been promoted to VP scripted programming for the U.S.-focused arm of BBC Worldwide.