Actor John Cusack and director Cameron Crowe are willing to "Say Anything" to stop plans for a TV series based on the 1989 comedy drama.
The good news is that if you go by the dresses and the speeches, the big show was an incredibly classy event. Unfortunately, that's also the bad news.
The Emmy nominations reflect a heightened quality of writing, a growing diversity in roles and a championing of women on the screen, writes Jelena Adzic.
If you're an avid TV-watcher, you'll likely have noticed the growing trend of shows killing off characters -- whether heroic stars, beloved sidekicks or dastardly villains. The executive producers of The Simpsons aren't immune, dropping more details about the upcoming demise of a "terrific" character that's been teased for some time now.
Game of Thrones fans are poised to return to the epic, sprawling and brutal world as Season 4 of the engrossing fantasy series begins. The show is peopled with a seemingly endless cast of characters, some embroiled in multiple complex storylines, but there are a few standout matches from the past three seasons that we just can't wait to get reacquainted with this weekend.
The glitzy and glamorous Oscars telecast may be one of the most-watched television events of the year, but it's also one of the most predictable. It's not surprising then that producers are once again vying to liven things up.
Among the myriad Olympics-related viral videos that have spread across social networks during the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, a video of a wolf prowling the athlete's village and shared by U.S. luger Kate Hansen has been unmasked as a hoax spearheaded by Jimmy Kimmel.
Nearly seven months after Canadian actor Cory Monteith's death, the late Glee star's on-and-offscreen girlfriend Lea Michele has unveiled a tribute song in his honour: the upbeat, romantic track You're Mine from her forthcoming solo debut album Louder.
Baby, it's cold outside (and, more likely than not, icy), so wily TV programmers have unleashed a fantastic crop of enticing dramas, mysteries, sci-fi tales and comedies to tempt us towards our cozy couches and the tube (or online, if that's how you roll).
After earning widespread kudos for its video game treatment of The Walking Dead, Telltale Games has landed another major entertainment world property: Game of Thrones.
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