Emmy-nominated casting director Mark Saks on casting CBS' "The Good Wife," his audition pet peeves, and finding fresh talent.
With the news that “Hannibal” will not be back on NBC for a fourth season, fans are hopeful for a Netflix or Hulu pick-up. Let’s take a look at some awesome shows that ended way too soon, and could have really thrived on a streaming platform.
Kat Dennings, Anna Gunn, Simon Helberg, Jessica Paré, and Guillermo Diaz are coming off a terrific year on popular programs and spoke about landing their roles, their most difficult scenes, and when they realized their show was a hit.
The comedian, writer, and co-host of MTV’s upcoming “Nikki & Sara Live” shares a list of 10 helpful tips for comics who are looking to get hired as writers for late night shows.
Jack Noseworthy talks about the responsibility of playing Bobby Kennedy in National Geographic's "Killing Kennedy" biopic airing Nov. 10 and shares some tips he’s learned about staying on top of his game as an actor.
When you get to the studio and network tests, these are the faces you’ll be seeing before you—hopefully—get the role.
The Emmy-nominated actor has a busy October, with "12 Years a Slave" opening in theaters Oct. 18 and "American Horror Story: Coven," premiering Oct. 9 on FX.
From put pilot to cast-contingent order, we break down the pilot ordering categories.
The phrase “Greater Fool,” which refers to a naïve buyer of bad stocks, is a metaphor used liberally by Aaron Sorkin. So who are “The Newsroom’s” “greater fools” by season’s end?
When you’re ready to tackle guest star roles, the first thing you need to do is stop accepting co-star parts.