‘Big Brother’ Renewed for Seasons 17 and 18
Take heart, “Big Brother” fans: The show will go on. CBS's long-running reality show has been renewed for its 17th and 18th editions, which will air in summer 2015 and 2016, the networ...
L.A. to Host Golden Maple Nods from New Canadian Org
To boost the profile of artists and athletes from Up North, the new Academy of Canadians in Sports & Entertainment — Los Angeles (ACISE-LA) has created the Golden Maple Awards, with the firs...
'Black-ish': TV Review
An African-American father worries about whether his children have lost touch with their cultural identityread more
CBS Renews ‘Big Brother’ for Two More Seasons
In anticipation of its upcoming season finale, CBS has renewed “Big Brother” for 17th and 18th editions — ensuring the hit summer reality series will stay on the Eye through 2016. T...
'Big Brother' Renewed for Seasons 17 and 18
Consider the next two summers bookedread more
‘Grey's Anatomy's’ Jesse Williams Slams NYT Critic: ‘This Person Knows Zero About Shonda Rhimes’ (Video)
Another actor is speaking out about the controversial New York Times profile of Shonda Rhimes that described the “Grey's Anatomy” and “Scandal” creator as “an angry...
Watch: 'Reach Me' Reunites Half of 'Expendables 3' Cast for Even More Box Office Gold, Oscars
Writer-director John Herzfeld has assembled one massive, star-studded ensemble for "Reach Me," a comedy-drama about a motivational book author (Tom Berenger) whose self-help novel goes viral...
Film Society of Lincoln Center Partners With Hollywood to Stay Competitive
Since Lincoln Center’s 2006-12 expansion, change has been coming fast and furious to the once proudly stodgy Film Society of Lincoln Center. In this first year under exec director Lesli Klainberg, d...
International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society Announces 2014 Award Winners
The International 3D and Advanced Imaging Society has honored 19 companies and organizations for advancing the entertainment industry through technology at the society’s 5th annual Entertainment...
Lena Dunham's 'Not That Kind of Girl': What the Critics Are Saying
The creator and star of HBO's 'Girls' releases her $3.7-million advice guide for today's young womenread more
James Franco's 'SNL' Documentary 'Saturday Night' To Debut Friday on Hulu
If you simply can't wait for "SNL" to return this week, you're in luck. James Franco announced his much-talked about documentary on the NBC sketch show will be released on Hulu this Friday. ...
TV Execs Talk "All-Internet" Future, the Catch-22 of Resurrecting 'Community'
FX looks to the nonlinear future, Yahoo is keeping mum on ratings, and everyone assesses the Netflix "popularity contest"read more
FX’s John Landgraf Predicts ‘Bumpy’ Ride For TV Industry At HRTS Panel
FX Networks CEO John Landgraf predicted a “bumpy half-decade to decade” for the TV industry, as it seeks to adjust to new means of delivery and metrics, during the Hollywood Radio and Television S...
Kickstarter Looks to Wash Hands of Broken Promises
Less than a week after the Federal Trade Commission updated its requirements for online retailers, which must provide refunds when goods and services aren’t delivered in a timely fashion,...
Jane Lynch to Host Princess Grace Awards Gala (Exclusive)
Conan O'Brien and Geena Davis will be among the night's presenters read more
‘Walking Dead’ Adds ‘Go On’ Alum Tyler James Williams to Cast
Gearing up for the fast approaching premiere of its fifth season, “The Walking Dead” has cast Tyler James Williams, Variety confirmed on Wednesday. The “Go On” and “Every...
Disney Princess, ‘Frozen’ Dolls Join Transformers, G.I. Joe in Hasbro Toy Chest
Hasbro, which already makes a popular line of action figures targeted at boys with “Transformers” and “G.I. Joe,” will now add Disney’s Princess and “Frozen” ...
‘Desert Dancer’ to Open Santa Barbara Film Festival
The Santa Barbara Film Festival announced Wednesday it will open its 30th anniversary edition with “Desert Dancer” from Relativity Studios on January 27 at the Arlington Theatre. Based on...
Cablevision Files Defamation Lawsuit Against Labor Union
What's worse than being compared to Vladimir Putin?read more
Adam Fogelson Embraces New Role: ‘I Didn't Want to Go Back to Another Studio’
Adam Fogelson has had a year to contemplate his next move and he's ready to move forward. On Wednesday, the Former Universal Pictures chief was named chairman of the motion picture group for the...

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