Legislation that saved us from falling over the “fiscal cliff” also extended federal tax credits for film and TV productions, but for how long?
Emmy-nominee Bill Hader gives his take on the unintentionally-funny performance by Michael Palin in "Life of Brian."
Lydia R. Diamond’s family drama is moving from stage to screen, with a screenplay adaptation written by the playwright.
The Canadian production company, known for children’s brands like “Caillou” and “Yo Gabba Gabba!,” is “winding down” work in its L.A. office this year and shifting jobs to Canada.
The sociopolitical comedian has relocated from the Bay Area to Brooklyn for his TV debut, hosting his own late-night comedy show.
The “Mad Men” star is taking on a new role in thriller “The Quiet Ones,” out April 25.
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.
This week's 'Nashville' characters go solo, go to rehab, and as usual, get jealous.
Comedy Central has promoted Kent Alterman to president of content development and original programming for the cable network.