A witch show set in New Orleans features an all-star cast.
Rebel Wilson stormed American theaters with her arresting roles in blockbusters like "Pitch Perfect," but her self-depracating humor doesn't translate well to the small screen in her new ABC show.
Showtime's provocative show takes on the dynamic of two sex researchers in a prudish time.
NBC show "Revolution" hit the red carpet at the United Nations on Tuesday night.
On February 4, 2010, Dan D'Addario, CC'10, will appear on Jeopardy during "student week." Listen to his experience with the taping and how his ambitions have led him to be on the show.
“Invasion of the Body Snatchers” will show in New York City classrooms.
Columbia's administrative bureaucracy is not easy to navigate, and CUtv is a prime example of its complexity.
Speaking with what one audience member described as “impassioned cynicism,” The Wire producer and writer David Simon lectured to a packed room at the Graduate School of Journalism Wednesday night about his broad journalism experience and his belief that American newspapers are, on the whole, “fuc
She is best known for her big hair, big voice, and a little jingle about “the flashy girl from Flushing, the Nanny named Fran.” Oh yes, I am referring to the ultimate guilty pleasure—The Nanny, starring everyone’s favorite television nanny Fran Fine.
Drugs, date rape, and murder were no problem for Veronica Mars, but is she ready to face super-powered humans?
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