What happens if TV follows the film business model and starts to rely more on overseas audiences?
FX's crime show leans heavily on the idea of baroque violence and ends up dwarfed by a real humanitarian crisis.
NBC and ABC take very different approaches to diversity in the executive, creative and on-screen ranks.
The venerable comics company has committed to greater diversity and political storylines. In an age of shrinking sales, it's a good strategy.
"It’s like I’ve been invited to a really fabulous party only to hold up the wall," says the Oscar-nominated actress of too many movie offers.
Two television shows have suspended filming in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, raising logistical and creative questions about the entertainment industry's work in Israel.
NBC executives explain that the network is not opposed to abortion-related ads or storylines. But that does not mean they are seeking them out.
Claims of political persecution are powerful. But we also have no idea what actually constitutes a hit anymore.
Emily Gould captures the imbalances, financial and otherwise, of relationships between young women in her new novel.
Talking about the politics of culture does not mean we have use the same terms we use to discuss politics.