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  • ‘Hemlock Grove’ first look: Famke Janssen, Bill Skarsgard in Season 2

     
    Famke Janssen is in matriarch mode as Olivia Godfrey in a new image for Season 2 of Netflix's supernatural horror […]...
  • Twitter's Biggest Hits of Past TV Season: Why Some Top-Rated Shows Miss Social Jackpot

    There's clearly some synergy between TV and social platforms like Twitter -- but what's big on television is not always what gets the most chatter online. Unsurprisingly, major events drove the most TV-related tweets and engagement, according to...
  • Emmy Preview: Category Shifting Is the Big Story This Year

    This Emmy season, there's going to be more of everything: more campaigning, more events and more media coverage. The reason: more worthy contenders. And that explains another increase: more jockeying. The frenzy kicked off when HBO announced that "True...
  • Emmy Voting 101: A Refresher Course

    Why is "True Detective" considered a series but "Fargo" a mini? Who are "at-home" voters? Who actually decides on Emmy winners? As the TV business continues to change and grow more complex, so do the awards. So, with the 66th annual Emmys approaching,...
  • 'American Horror Story: Coven' Cast Talks Chopping Limbs, Making Out With Snakes

    Though the "American Horror Story" cast stayed mum about the upcoming "Freakshow" season, there were no limits on the happenings of "Coven"-including, but not limited to, cutting off limbs and the infamous Minotaur masturbation scene. Castmembers Jessica...
  • Broadcast series go head to head with cable skeins in this year's Emmy race

    While audiences are enjoying what's arguably known as the next Golden Age of Television, the TV Academy has been faced with increasingly blurred lines in terms of the shows in the Emmy contest. As eight- and 13-episode cable dramas compete with 22-episode...
  • Critics' Choice Television Awards to Honor Ryan Murphy

    The Broadcast Television Journalists Association will honor Ryan Murphy at this year's Critics' Choice Television Awards with the Critics' Choice LOUIS XIII Genius Award. The award was established to honor an icon in the television industry. Murphy is...
  • No summer vacation for network TV; it has big plans instead

    No summer vacation for network TV; it has big plans instead
    This post has been updated. See below for details. The summer blockbusters are coming. And to see them, you don't even need to get off your sofa. The TV networks are pouring unprecedented amounts of money — and some very creative deal-making...
  • Live chat with 'American Horror Story's' Sarah Paulson

    Live chat with 'American Horror Story's' Sarah Paulson
    In the third installment of “American Horror Story,” the witches came out.  And Sarah Paulson, who played a headmistress of an academy for young witches, kept a watchful eye at all times—not even letting a bout of blindness cause her...
  • Q&A: Brad Falchuk and Noah Hawley Reap Benefits From Movie Stars' Move to TV

    Brad Falchuk ("American Horror Story") and Noah Hawley ("Fargo") didn't know each other well when they sat down for our Variety conversation, but by the time our hour together was over, the two showrunners had bonded over a mutual respect for their bosses...
  • With 'Salem,' WGN America hopes to put a spell on TV viewers

    With 'Salem,' WGN America hopes to put a spell on TV viewers
    SHREVEPORT, La.— A woodsy stretch of Willow Lake Farm, just outside this city, has been painstakingly built to look like a 17th century New England village, filled with shops and houses with steep-pitched roofs and drab clapboard exteriors....
  • Fox Intl. Channels to Handle Sales of 'Wayward Pines'

    Fox International Channels is moving deeper into the content sales business with a pact to handle all international TV and home entertainment rights for the Fox series "Wayward Pines." The M. Night Shyamalan-produced thriller stars Matt Dillon, Melissa...