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  • Amazon's transgender transition 'Transparent' astonishes

    Sometimes a slow start pays off. Netflix may have overshadowed Amazon's entrance into the world of original-content "television," but the site formerly known as a bookstore is stepping into the klieg lights and undoubtedly onto the red carpet with...
  • How Netflix 'Crouching Tiger' deal sets theater chains against studios

    The Netflix deal to finance Weinstein Co.'s "Crouching Tiger" sequel is opening a new front in the long-simmering conflict between Hollywood studios and theater owners. Three of the nation's largest theater chains said Tuesday that they would refuse...
  • Netflix, Weinstein Co. partner for release of 'Crouching Tiger' sequel

    Netflix, Weinstein Co. partner for release of 'Crouching Tiger' sequel
    Netflix, already a player in original TV shows, is taking a stab at new theatrical movies. The online video company has partnered with independent film studio Weinstein Co. for the release of a sequel to the 2000 martial arts movie "Crouching Tiger,...
  • Casting Society of America to Honor Rob Marshall, Ellen Lewis

    Rob Marshall and Ellen Lewis will be honored at this year's Artios Awards, the Casting Society of America has announced. Marshall, who received award recognition for his direction of films "Chicago," "Memoirs of a Geisha" and "Nine," as well as his...
  • Netflix struggles to win over skeptics in film-loving France

    Netflix struggles to win over skeptics in film-loving France
    As Netflix has spread its video streaming services around the globe, the company's been met with curiosity, skepticism and, at times, indifference. But none of the Silicon Valley giant's adventures abroad generated the mix of fear and anxiety that it...
  • Hulu producirá novela de Stephen King sobre asesinato de John F. Kennedy

    Hulu producirá novela de Stephen King sobre asesinato de John F. Kennedy
    LOS ANGELES - El sitio de reproducción de videos en internet Hulu dijo que ordenó una serie original sobre el asesinato del presidente John F. Kennedy llamada "11/22/63", basada en la novela homónima del 2011 escrita por el autor superventas Stephen King....
  • Most binge-watched TV shows of Spring 2014

    Most binge-watched TV shows of Spring 2014
    It seems the meth in "Breaking Bad" isn't the only thing addicting about the hit AMC show.  According to the new Tivo Spring 2014 Bing-Viewing Survey, "Breaking Bad" is the most binge-watched TV show.  Binge watching is defined by the study as three...
  • In 'House of Cards,' clothes make the Underwoods

    In 'House of Cards,' clothes make the Underwoods
    The conniving politician at the center of the Netflix drama "House of Cards" is named Frank, but he's anything but honest, forthright and direct. His wife was christened Claire — an ironic choice for a woman who always has an ulterior motive. Even...
  • And we present the Envy Awards. Don't knock 'em.

    And we present the Envy Awards. Don't knock 'em.
    With about 36 Emmy Award categories up for grabs each year, it's clear that the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences tries to be comprehensive in recognizing TV talent. But its net has some holes in it: Each year, individuals and shows deserving of...
  • Why Serials Knocked Procedurals Out of the Emmy Race

    It seems obvious to say, yet it's still a striking thought: A procedural drama, historically a staple of television, is unlikely to ever win another best series Emmy -- and, indeed, will probably struggle even to get nominated. That's reflected in this...
  • Is it Time to Expand the Emmys Best Drama Series Category to Ten Slots?

    Should the top drama category at the Emmys be expanded? The answer from many in the biz is a resounding yes. After all, we are living in a time of smallscreen riches. The elite competition has been so tough and so strong -- from AMC's gritty...