Why his new FX show, "Anger Management," will probably be a hit.
How will 'Prometheus' and 'Madagascar' affect their series' overall reputations?
Charlie Sheen, Aaron Sorkin, and "Dallas" return; Sigourney Weaver makes her TV debut; and more
The singing-competition bubble didn't bust, "the end of men" played out on-screen, and more
Series about gay couples, the mafia, and quirky families, plus comedies galore
The show's first year after Steve Carell's departure was rough, but next season should be better.
John Lithgow auditioned to be Frasier on "Cheers," Rosie O'Donnell tried out to be Elaine on "Seinfeld," and more.
A conversation with Warren Littlefield, who ran NBC's entertainment division from 1993 to 1998
Female castmembers from Jan Hooks to Rachel Dratch have had a hard time finding big film roles after leaving the show.
Yes. And they can also watch "New Girl," "Two Broke Girls," and most of the other female-centric comedies on TV today.
With "Smash" and "Glee" declining in both quality and ratings, it's time to put this genre to rest.
Well-reviewed, weighty, and commercially successful, the film could take advantage of the 'Dark Knight' rule change.
The past year has shown that for every Alec Baldwin on "30 Rock," there are too many Maria Bellos on "Prime Suspect."
NBC's Thursday night lineup is hilarious. Why is no one watching?
Now that one season of speculation is over, let's start another.
Four reasons to hold out hope that Sunday's ceremony will entertain.
So, is 'The Artist' really going to win everything on Sunday? Basically, probably, yes.
The Fox series marches on, in all its uneven glory.
NBC's new musical series makes plenty of mistakes, but it still leaves the audience wanting more.
Christina Aguilera's singing competition won't get much of a long-term boost from the plum spot.