Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events was something I read a lot as a kid, and now Netflix has acquired the series to make into a television series, which I hope is better than the terrible film version.
It's hard to imagine walking away working on something akin to Lifetime's Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever with any measure of self respect, have a look for yourself and see what I mean.
Jason Reitman to produce and direct premiere episode of a new 30-minute comedy series, "Casual" for Hulu, set to premiere in 2015.
Watch the first "Marco Polo" trailer, a first look at the new TV series from Netflix and The Weinstein Co. focused on the titular explorer.
NBC looks to recapture the 18.82 million viewers of "The Sound of Music Live!" with Walken and Williams in the tale of the boy who will never grow up, which has its first poster.
Looking to expand into millions of homes across the country, HBO is launching a standalone streaming service sometime next year. So yeah, rejoice!
The pair that brought us Lost in Translation will be coming to the small screen in the form of Bill Murray singing Christmas carols.
"Twin Peaks" is returning for a new nine-episode season on Showtime in 2016 with David Lynch directing all nine episodes.
Director David Fincher will now helm the entire first season of HBO's "Utopia", based on scripts written by Gone Girl scribe Gillian Flynn. Works for me.
Rachel McAdams has been offered the lead female role in the highly-anticipated second season of HBO's "True Detective" with Taylor Kitsch expected to land a role soon.