Since 2009, the amount of scripted TV shows has doubled from 200 to 400. With so many shows from so many providers on so many device, NBC's Hallie Jackson reports for Sunday TODAY on the challenges that come from the television production gold rush. (Run time: :)
Controversy is to be expected from shows like Family Guy, Game Of Thrones and South Park, but how could shows like Sesame Street and The Price Is Right possibly cause controversy? Sesame Streetwas banned in Mississippi in 1970 due to...Show More Summary
The show "Another Period" may be set in the Gilded Age, but it's all about the absurdity of our times. Wednesday's episode of Comedy Central's Another Period (created by and starring comedians Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome) perfectly captured the insanity of opposing gun control in the wake of the Orlando mass shooting. Show More Summary
Movies and TV shows use visual effects and CGI to make characters with vastly different sizes appear to inhabit the same space. But Frame By Frame explains that there are also practical effects and camera techniques that can be used to create the illusion.
The Flash is a distinct TV show for many reasons, and one of the most interesting is how many of its "new" characters are really just alternate versions of some we've already met. Here's the latest character to be confirmed for a return, though all bets are off on how it's actually...
For an ongoing series entitled Mad Max Movies Cars, Toronto-based art director Scott Park illustrates famous automobiles and motorcycles from TV shows and movies as post-apocalyptic vehicles like those seen in Mad Max: Fury Road. Now...Show More Summary
The mini-series "American Gothic" is loosely inspired by the exploits of Dennis Rader, who killed 10 people 1974 and 1991
We've finally got some solid details about the new Star Trek TV show beyond a logo, and they sound very promising for old-school fans
When Jazz Jennings was 6-years-old, she was interviewed by Barbara Walters. The year was 2007, and Jazz took on the role of educating the public about what it meant to be a transgender child. Now a teenager, Jennings has become a celebrity, LGBT activist and star of the TV show, I Am Jazz, reported the... Show More Summary
Most fans of the horror series “Penny Dreadful” think of the Showtime drama as a British TV show. The story is set in turn-of-the-century London and many of the actors and writers are from the U.K. But “Penny Dreadful” has been a multinational show helped by the U.K.’s membership in the European...
A Google Chrome bug has been discovered which could be yet another headache for Hollywood. Downloading movies and TV shows without paying for them is illegal, costing billions every year in an industry which is constantly spending more to bring us the most impressive entertainment possible. Show More Summary
Post by Tanvier Peart. There were so many great moments during the '90s that made it a totally rad decade. Between the music, movies, and television shows, our lives were practically complete. Speaking of TV, did you know your favorite...Show More Summary
YouTube dropped two bombshells this week with far-reaching implications. First, the video-sharing site announced that it would be picking up a full season of a TV show based on the popular film franchise Step Up. On the same day, YouTube's Kurt...Show More Summary
Orphan Black, Orange is the New Black, and Archer all join Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead in the grey area. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
Welcome to Cast Party, the feature that imagines a world with even more live action comic book adaptations than we currently have, and comes up with arguably the best casting suggestions you’re ever going to find for the movies and shows...Show More Summary
Our time machine to the year 1976 concludes today with a look at the 25 top TV shows of 1976. Many of these shows - Happy Days, Three’s Company, MASH - would continue to be chug into the early ’80s. Others - The Six Million Dollar Man and its spinoff The Bionic Woman - definitely feel like relics of …
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Google Home challenges Amazon Echo for a spot in your living room. Amazon's brightest star doesn't appear on any of its high-profile TV shows. Rather, it's Alexa, the voice-controlled "brain" at the center of the cylindrical Amazon Echo device that gets smarter the more often users engage with her. Read Full Story
Australian cable company Foxtel and Roadshow Films want sites that allow Australians to pirate films and TV shows blocked, but they'd rather not pay for it. Passed in 2015, the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill allows copyright holders to apply for an injunction in Federal Court to have sites that facilitate piracy blocked in Australia. Show More Summary
Daniel Powter shot to stardom and landed on the top of the charts after "American Idol" used his 2006 song "Bad Day" as their farewell tune on their TV show. Guess what he looks like now!