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HBO says it will begin offering streaming-only service with no cable or satellite service requirement. CBS follows one day later. Industry observers wonder: who's next?
Friends: A 20th Anniversary Oral History
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of perennial NBC comedy Friends this year, its creators sit down to reminisce about how it all started.
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He’s always been struck by the daring of Harry Houdini. Now, as the star of a History miniseries, Adrien Brody not only walks in the shoes of the master magician — he wears Houdini's straitjacket.
What’s it like to be an actual working television actor? Performers peer group member Kevin Brief talks about the fulfillment and the struggle in this edition of TelevisionAcademy.com's Spotlight.
The star-studded show included a special tribute to Joan Rivers, led by such YouTube stars and comics as iJustine, Jenna Marbles and Grace Helbig. See the complete list of 4th Annual Streamy Awards winners here.
One of the Television Academy’s newest members sheds some light on his life as a digital marketing guru.
In this week's snapshot, we see how premieres of such new series as The Affair and Jane the Virgin fared at key social networks along with ratings powerhouse The Walking Dead.
Actor Jason Momoa shares how a chance trip to "meet chicks" at an open Baywatch audition lead to roles of a lifetime in such productions as Game of Thrones and to the "hardest work" he's ever done, playing Phillip Kopus in SundanceTV’s The Red Road.
Hot on the heels of HBO's cord-cuttter pleasing web TV service announcement, CBS launches CBS All Access.
Joy and regret, dashed dreams and hope — Cicely Tyson has known this and more during a long and celebrated career. Such emotions are at the heart of her work on Lifetime’s adaptation of The Trip to Bountiful.
Emmy Magazine Cover Story Preview: The real-life experiences of Anthony Anderson and Kenya Barris are the bedrock of black-ish, the new ABC comedy about a dad who’s made good and doesn’t want his privileged kids to forget where they came from.
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