If you’re a costume designer on a subtle modern-era film, don’t bother applying
Comedy Central’s king of late night is getting out of the business he helped change.
Brian Williams’ best skill was his ability to make people trust and like him. His replacement, whoever it may be, won’t have an easy time matching that.
The 75-year-old teen gets a serious makeover. But is it wise to mess with a beloved comic book icon?
Old shows are being reformatted to fit modern TVs. It looks weird.
Jon Stewart’s mild-mannered ‘black correspondent’ is more than the new Stephen Colbert—and he’ll have to be, as he’s set to take his time slot
Newsmaker, Jan. 15: The Selma director’s lack of an Academy Award nomination may be more important than any of the actual nominations.
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To get noticed these days, you’ve got to have a host.
Networks, suffering from a lack of confidence, hope to get extra mileage out of creaky hits in 2015
2015 will be a year of princesses, superheroes and space battles—and the occasional movie for grown-ups
Marketing a musical to the current crop of moviegoers means being a bit evasive about what it is
From Lisa Kudrow to fanny packs, we chart the year’s top revivals
Jaime Weinman and Adrian Lee look at what shows worked and didn’t work in 2014, and the series to keep your eye on in 2015