TCA 2010: Jason Katims explains his finale plan for the NBC Drama
In this installment of our series on performers and programs that are deserving of Emmy awards recognition, even if they're unlikely to get it, we...
With the Emmy nominations fast approaching, TheWrap offers a series examining those performers and programs that are deserving of awards recognition, even if they're unlikely...
"Orange Is the New Black" star will be doing some time at HBO
Jesse Zwick wrote and directed the film about a group of college friends who reunite after one of them (Ritter) attempts suicide
Nominees for awards honoring Latino portrayals also include "Chicago P.D.," "Law & Order" and "Cesar Chavez"
The "Parenthood" star talks about crying all season long and how binge-watching "Dance Moms" made her flu worse
Motion Pictures VPs are David Friendly and Lydia Dean Pilcher; Television VPs are Tim Gibbons and Jason Katims
"Parenthood" among returning series announced for the 2014-2015 season
Detective drama "The Mysteries of Laura" leads off procedural-themed Wednesdays
"Hollywood is predisposed to help," Grazer tells TheWrap. "When they see that it works, they are into it"
Jesse Zwick talks to The Wrap about working as a reporter at The New Republic, writing and directing the Tribeca favorite "About Alex"
CBS leads in total viewers
Shiri Appleby, Nick Wechsler, Brendan Fehr, and creator Jason Katims will appear at the Austin event in June
"Shark Tank" dips in special timeslot, but helps ABC tie CBS atop key demo
TheWrap's list of what broadcasters will and won't bring back
ABC's "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" concludes soft
Haven Entertainment is executive producing Charles Hood's movie, which stars Adam Pally and Rosa Salazar
College hoops drive CBS to first place in key demo and total viewers
ABC has Thursday's top two shows with "Scandal" and "Grey's Anatomy"
Pilot from Nikki Toscano and Kerry Ehrin will explore what happens when a terrorist attack hits D.C.
ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" ties a series low
Leary stars as a washed-up rock star trying to get the band back together
NBC's "Community" matches a series low
CBS tops the night as "Two and a Half Men" and "Crazy Ones" switch timeslots -- and both improve
This reworking of the 1986 comedy gets so much right about love and relationships that you'll forgive the occasional cliché in the screenplay by Leslye...
The network plans a "Friday Night Lights"-"Parenthood" crossover, as well
CBS is most-watched despite airing repeats
The CW's "Hart of Dixie" returns steady after a month off
Fox's Tuesday night comedy block down across the board