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certain networks have spent lots of time and money staking their claim to this nature arms race, complete with intricate shots in stunning high-frame rate 4K to make that slo-mo oh so magnifico.
Season One of BBC America’s “Killing Eve” was such a hit that it’s easy to forget that creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge, the actors and the producers all must live up to the hype for Season 2.
Winter TCA got a dose of another kind of legend Saturday when Discovery founder and cable pioneer John Hendricks took the stage to tout his latest big bet, CuriosityStream
“Black Monday” (premiered Jan. 20) on Showtime works on every level that counts, combining sharp social commentary with patently offensive characters who do horrible things to each other and themselves.
As 21st Century Fox prepares to offload major assets to Disney, newly minted Fox Entertainment CEO Charlie Collier acknowledged Wednesday that downsizing amid wider industry consolidation may seem crazy.
As rain outside cast clouds over Southern California Monday, FX chief John Landgraf brought his own brand of shade to the Langham hotel in Pasadena, ripping into Netflix’s recent (and very selective) crowing
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, an international organization of mystery that wields enormous power, will once again host the Golden Globes Sunday
It’s easy to forget when you’re watching Bravo’s new podcast-based TV series “Dirty John” that the events actually happened.