Sadie Calvano may play the sarcastic daughter of Anna Faris on CBS's "Mom," but the pleasant, upbeat actor was excited to chat about working on the show and the acting lessons she's learned.
"Whose Line is it Anyway?" will bring improv back to TV—but not the same kind that is in fashion on stages and at schools.
This week on "Smash," Kyle is dead. Also, Kyle is dead. Some other stuff happened in between there. Jimmy sang a song to himself. Karen artfully removed six strands of hair from her intentionally messy side-braid. Megan Hilty waited around for her plotline to come back. But mostly, Kyle is ...
Pilot season is in the final act of casting and closing deals. TV shows are preparing to film and be next season’s hit. Many were cast and many more didn’t even get the chance to show their stuff.
Vanessa Williams finally gets to shine thanks to some Scotch and ill-fated girl talk with Jane, who is starting to question her sanity. And no, the questioning is not related to her roots (though it should be).
Have online soaps failed? Production halts on “One Life To Live”, “All My Children” could signal death rattle for the format.
“Smash,” “Modern Family,” and three Ryan Murphy shows recognized in TV; “Perks of Being a Wallflower” and “Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” among film noms.
Sufe Bradshaw of HBO's 'Veep' offers some tips on what she’s learned on her acting journey so far.
Mindy Kaling directs, writes, and stars in "The Mindy Project," the new Fox comedy about a quirky OB/GYN doctor who is unlucky in love.
Bowen shares her tips for making the transition into the American entertainment industry, how to balance research and character, and the importance of staying true to your own process.