Hoping to find its next "Downton Abbey," PBS is reaching back to one of its favorite epochs: the Civil War.
CBS has scheduled Stephen Colbert’s new late-night show to start Sept. 8. And that means the clock is ticking for the former host of “The Colbert Report” to crack the code of one of network TV’s most storied -- and now most competitive -- formats.
The Golden Globes honored the new and the socially progressive in TV on Sunday, with top awards going to two freshman series, Amazon's transgender comedy "Transparent" and Showtime's extramarital drama "The Affair."
Showtime’s drama “The Affair” capped its first season with a breakthrough win as TV drama series at Sunday’s Golden Globes.
Jerry Weintraub has a message for everyone: His new HBO comedy "The Brink" has nothing to do with "The Interview."
Fans may know him as the haughty but lovable Frasier Crane, but now Kelsey Grammer is playing someone far less sympathetic: Herod the Great, the king behind the "massacre of the innocents."
"Downton Abbey" may be entering its fifth season, but based on the ratings there is little evidence viewers have tired of the Crawley clan.
After a months-long search, KCET-TV has settled on former ABC Family executive Michael Riley as its new chief executive officer.