Woody Allen may have to take a break from making a movie every year, as he has signed up to write and direct a series for Amazon Studios.
With Craig Ferguson's last episode of "The Late Late Show" airing tonight, I say goodbye to the best late night talk show host of the past decade.
David Fincher has three projects in the works at HBO, all of which now have titles and other details, and director Ava DuVernay has a TV series of her own in development.
Audra McDonald is set to reprise her role as Billie Holliday in HBO's Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill, which earned her a sixth Tony and is one of the greatest performances I have ever seen.
NBC's second annual live musical production surpasses "The Sound of Music Live!" despite working with an inferior piece of material, mainly thanks to Allison Williams as the boy who won't grow up.
Steve McQueen is surrounding his newcomer lead for the upcoming HBO pilot "Codes of Conduct" with tremendous talent, including Paul Dano, Rebecca Hall, and Helena Bonham Carter.
Watch the new trailer for the upcoming musical event from NBC, "Peter Pan Live!", featuring Allison Williams singing and Christopher Walken having some fun.
Jonathan Nolan (Interstellar, "Person of Interest") is adapting Isaac Asimov's 'Foundation' trilogy for HBO.
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.