Jonathan Nolan recalled that the show about an all-seeing machine used to prevent crime was labeled far-fetched by some observers when it debuted in 2011.
Will broadband providers start charging Internet services such as Netflix to deliver the massive amounts of data that streaming video and other content require?
For the first time ever, OSHA is giving the green light to a zip line. The Lathrop attraction has become the first in the state to pass OSHA’s safety standards.
NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” plans to add one and possibly two black female performers to its cast as soon as January.
Steve McQueen’s historic saga “12 Years a Slave,” Jon Wells’ dysfunctional family adaptation “August: Osage County,” Jean-Marc Vallee’s AIDS drama “Dallas Buyers Club,” the White House servant tale “Lee Daniel’s The Butler” top the list of outstanding performances for the 20th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards with three nominations each.
More than a thousand people picketed ABC’s Burbank headquarters over the weekend to protest a “Jimmy Kimmel Live” show in which a youngster said the United States could resolve its debt to China by killing everyone in the Asian country.
Utah’s governor and other top officials have honored Robert Redford for his on-camera and off-camera contributions to the state as owner of the Sundance ski resort and founder of the Sundance Film Festival and Sundance Institute.
HBO says Robert De Niro will step into a project that was thrown into question by the death of James Gandolfini.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan agreed with a lower court judge who denied claims by the family of Jack Kirby, the legendary artist who died in 1994 and whose work spanned more than half a century.
CBS introduced its 2013-2014 prime time schedule Wednesday, featuring eight new series.
The nominations were announced Tuesday in a televised event co-hosted by Tony winner Sutton Foster and “Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson. The awards will be broadcast on CBS from Radio City Music Hall on June 9.
George Jones, the peerless, hard-living country singer who recorded dozens of hits about good times and regrets and peaked with the heartbreaking classic “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” has died. He was 81.