Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the directing team behind films like 21 Jump Street and The Lego Movie, are bringing the wildly popular Serial podcast to television.
NEW YORK — South African comic Trevor Noah moved in at The Daily Show on Monday, promising he would try not to make predecessor Jon Stewart seem like a "crazy old dude who left his inheritance to some random kid from Africa."
NEW YORK — No pressure: Little-known South African comic Trevor Noah takes over for Jon Stewart as host of Comedy Central's The Daily Show on Monday.
NEW YORK — For someone who uses the word "terrified," Trevor Noah looked anything but.
Dunedin High graduate David Nutter is one of the most sought-after directors in television, and on Sunday night he also won his second Emmy award, snagging the Best Director prize for Game of Thrones in a competitive field.
NEW YORK — Tattoos are not exactly hard to come by in Brooklyn these days, but they've reached a whole new level of ubiquity on the set of the NBC drama Blindspot at Steiner Studios.
All eyes will be on Jon Hamm Sunday night. It's his last chance to win an Emmy for playing the deeply conflicted ad man Don Draper on AMC's period drama Mad Men, even though he's been nominated seven times (and actually, he's 0-16 overall).
If you've heard that FX's You're the Worst is a smutty, subversive take on the relationship sitcom, but you haven't watched it yet, you might be in for a surprise. The show is both takedown and loving, detailed celebration — no series more closely mimics the structure and rhythms of the classic rom-com. Its …
My favorite new TV show of last year was The Last Man on Earth. It wasn't exactly the funniest, smartest or most moving show on TV (though it occasionally hit all three marks). But it was definitely the most original. The show's postapocalyptic surreality, crazy-committed performances and singular plot made it …
Coming up with new ideas and getting them out to the public is expensive. Networks are really good at getting the best value for the dollars executives spend. Often, instead of generating new ideas, producers are content to build on the universes they've already created in other successful shows. NCIS will soon …