"You got me in chains," sings Jonas, unencumbered by his brothers
Hoffman gives a memorable performance in this masterful John le Carré adaptation as a German master of intelligence coping with a post-9/11 world
This installment of TheWrap's series on performers and programs that are deserving of Emmy awards recognition, even if they're unlikely to get it, focuses on...
Creator of Netflix's political drama talks with EmmyWrap about flexible morality and characters that gain power from thinking outside of the box
As the woman caught between two complicated men, Monaghan shares how two pivotal scenes involving both of them were the toughest and most fun thing...
The man who breathed life into Hank Schrader talks about what made the AMC show so freaking good
FX gets most Broadcast Television Journalists Association nominations, followed by HBO
And sports a convincing German accent, too
Caliber Media is producing the genre movie, which hails from writer-director Eli Morgan Gesner
The ballet series comes from "Breaking Bad" writer and executive producer, Moira Walley-Beckett
Kevin Spacey's bing-eve L.A. premiere competes with real D.C. politics. Plus, a sneak peek at Comedy Central's other hot new business, besides Dumb Starbucks
Stars respond to subtle suggestions that their characters are monsters
This Valentine's Day, roses won't be the only red in the streets
Season three shooting soon, and likely won't be the last
"We start shooting season three soon"
The new season will be released in its entirety on Valentine's Day
Anton Corbijn directed the adaptation of John Le Carre's novel, which co-stars Robin Wright, Willem Dafoe and Daniel Bruhl
Sequels! Stars! Beanstalks! They all played a role in the year's very worst.
Kevin Spacey is a bad man
The actress is positively frightening as she takes a drag
Netflix releases teaser video of Robin Wright smoking menacingly
"Blue is the Warmest Color" is nominated for film and director, but no other categories
Talks are ongoing and Netflix's Ted Sarandos hopes for success
Shows like "Girls" and "The Good Wife" are creating more opportunities for female talent on both sides of the camera
The live interview will take place Wednesday with stars Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright and showrunner Beau Willimon
Four who woke up on nomination morning to find they got tabbed twice
As you wish! The Academy kicks off its live-commentary series with the 1987 cult hit
Analysis: With nine nominations for "House of Cards," an unconventional rival muscles into a competition normally restricted to network and cable TV
Fun in the bedroom leads to drama on the beach
Ari Folman's sci-fi epic stars Wright, Jon Hamm, Paul Giamatti and Harvey Keitel