• New HBO drama ‘Industry’ takes on cutthroat finance world

    New HBO drama ‘Industry’ takes on cutthroat finance world

    The HBO workplace drama “Industry” follows several millennials entering the cutthroat world of finance.
  • Otto Farrant stars in first IMDb TV series ‘Alex Rider’

    Otto Farrant stars in first IMDb TV series ‘Alex Rider’

    Step back, James Bond — it’s time for Alex Rider.
  • Austin Abrams bonded with ‘Dash & Lily’ co-star Midori Francis in a special way

    Austin Abrams bonded with ‘Dash & Lily’ co-star Midori Francis in a special way

    “Dash & Lily” offers up a new twist on the rom-com genre.
  • These TV shows were renewed, but got shocking reversals of fortune

    These TV shows were renewed, but got shocking reversals of fortune

    And that’s a wrap. The pandemic has created a TV landscape in which no series is safe — even those shows renewed for the new season. Sure, viewers are binge-watching more than ever, but most of those shows and movies were filmed before the industry-wide shut down in March. While the networks pushed their returning …
  • Emmys 2020 announce Creative Arts winners ahead of unusual awards season

    Emmys 2020 announce Creative Arts winners ahead of unusual awards season

    Let’s get this show on the road. The winners of the 2020 Creative Arts Emmys have been announced, kicking off the annual best-in-TV awards. The Creative Arts honorees, announced by Nicole Byer, went out to some of the less traditional shows on the air, such as reality TV and nonfiction series. The Television Academy’s other …
  • What to know about the hottest TV shows of fall 2020

    What to know about the hottest TV shows of fall 2020

    Not even a pandemic can get in the way of must-see TV. It has, however, made network lineups a bit different this fall. Due to the coronavirus, Hollywood and television production was halted over the summer, which stopped many new shows from getting made. So what’s airing in their place? To fill in the programming …
  • Blake Anderson moves from ‘Workaholics’ to ‘Woke’

    Blake Anderson moves from ‘Workaholics’ to ‘Woke’

    Blake Anderson is moving from a “Workaholic” to being “Woke.” Anderson, who created/starred in the long-running “Workaholics” on Comedy Central, has a lead role in Hulu’s “Woke.” He plays Gunther, the stoner roommate of Keef Knight (Lamorne Morris, “New Girl”), a cartoonist who prides himself on keeping his work “light” — exasperated by the notion …
  • Ellen Pompeo back to work on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ amid COVID-19 pandemic

    Ellen Pompeo back to work on ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ amid COVID-19 pandemic

    Ellen Pompeo is scrubbing back in for another season of “Grey’s Anatomy.” “First time back in my scrubs… since we shut down filming 7000 healthcare workers have died from Covid,” the actress, 50, captioned a masked selfie with co-star Richard Flood on Tuesday.  The caption continued, “I dedicate my season 17 to all who have …
  • Andre Dawson’s post-MLB life as funeral home owner inspires TV drama

    Andre Dawson’s post-MLB life as funeral home owner inspires TV drama

    Andre Dawson’s post-playing career as a funeral home owner is coming to a television screen near you. CBS is developing a one-hour drama series called “Closure,” which is loosely based on Dawson going from being a Baseball Hall of Famer to running a funeral home, according to Deadline. The series, written by Samantha Corbin-Miller, will …
  • Glenn Howerton: ‘I’ve always been fascinated by egotistical characters’

    Glenn Howerton: ‘I’ve always been fascinated by egotistical characters’

    Glenn Howerton knows his way around self-involved characters. He’s currently pulling double duty starring as sociopathic Dennis Reynolds on “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” and as disgraced Harvard scholar turned teacher Jack Griffin on Peacock’s “A.P. Bio.” “I’ve always had a fascination with characters who have very large egos,” Howerton, 44, tells The Post. “I …