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  • Comedy Scribes Talk Shop at Variety's Night in the Writers' Room

    Variety's annual "Night in the Writers' Room" panel drew scribes from across the comedy and drama spectrum for a lively discussion about the state of the industry, cable versus broadcast models and the changes they've encountered since they joined the...
  • Some Comedies Lacking Laughs as Category Lines Blur

    Be honest: How often do you laugh watching "Girls"? "Nurse Jackie"? Even the more melancholy episodes of "Louie"? One-hour series have made the leap, for reasons both pragmatic and cynical, to labeling themselves comedies. Yet a mental block lingers to...
  • Eva Longoria Honored With Norma Zarky Humanitarian Award

    Giving back was an integral part of Eva Longoria's life long before she landed the role of Gabriela Solis on ABC's "Desperate Housewives." "She's everything; a renaissance woman, champion of multiple causes, she has founded a foundation, she's an...
  • More Women of Color Breaking Through Into Emmys Race

    Once upon a time, most women on television all looked like Donna Reed. Today, it's a great time to be a woman of color working in television. Last season, three women of color -- "Scandal's" Kerry Washington, "Modern Family's" Sofia Vergara and "Steel...
  • Why the San Antonio Spurs Can't Shed Media's 'Boring' Label

    The common complaint about the San Antonio Spurs is that they are not "sexy." And that's more of an indictment of the media, frankly, than this relatively small-market NBA franchise, which has an irritating habit of playing into the league's...
  • Academy's Rosenblum on the 'Exciting' Changes for Emmys

    Back in March, the TV Academy announced a major makeover -- including a new name, a $40 million fundraising drive and a renovation of its North Hollywood campus. Here, TV Academy chairman and CEO Bruce Rosenblum gives Variety a state of the union report...
  • NBC Wraps TV Season As Demo Champ for First Time Since '04

    It's been a while, but the Peacock can again spread its feathers with pride. The addition of TV's hottest new show, "The Blacklist," to a roster that already featured broadcast's top-rated primetime program ("Sunday Night Football") and top reality...
  • Upfronts 2014: Networks Widen Pitches to Include More Platforms, Longer Time Frames

    To hook the interest of advertisers, the nation's biggest TV networks have come to a unique understanding: They need to sell more than just TV commercials, and not everything they sell has to appear on the traditional TV screen. This year's upfront...
  • Orson Bean, a sage on the Geffen stage

     Orson Bean, a sage on the Geffen stage
    Orson Bean never met a leading lady quite like Jayne Mansfield. The voluptuous blond sex symbol was the toast of Broadway in the comedy "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" in 1955 and 1956. "It was interesting," recalled Bean, breaking into a wide...
  • NBC presents 2014-15 fall schedule, new shows

    NBC presents 2014-15 fall schedule, new shows
    NBC presented its 2014-15 prime-time lineup Sunday, introducing three new comedies and three new dramas. The fall schedule also moves crime drama "The Blacklist" to Thursday nights in February. In total, NBC picked up five new dramas, seven new comedies,...
  • Upfronts: What You Need To Know About 2014′s Ad Haggle

    The fancy drinks and celebrity shout-outs don't mean anything. Next week, thousands of advertisers, media executives, actors, agents and producers will converge on New York City as the biggest TV outlets in the nation unveil their fall schedules to the...