Emmy Awards nominees this year have viewers scratching their heads. In the age of Web-based shows and the declining importance of a traditional TV season, is it time for the Emmy Awards to rethink its rules?
'Better Call Saul,' a spin-off of the acclaimed AMC TV show 'Breaking Bad,' will debut in February 2015, according to a recent clip from the network. 'Better Call Saul' will feature actor Bob Odenkirk reprising his 'Breaking Bad' role as attorney Saul Goodman.
Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling star on 'Mystery' as former co-stars of a detective TV show who decide to open a detective agency. 'It's more fun than doing a drama,' Jennie Garth said of starring on a sitcom.
Kerry Washington stars on 'Scandal,' which is the basis for a new collection by the retailer The Limited. Kerry Washington and 'Scandal' costume designer Lyn Paolo worked with the company to create the looks.
Zendaya, who starred in the Disney TV series 'Shake It Up,' was recently cast as Aaliyah in the Lifetime movie about the singer's life. 'I can't please everybody,' she said of the role. 'What I can do is work really hard and... just continue to show her legacy.'
The 'Tonight Show' is heading to Florida and will be taped in Orlando from June 16 to June 19. The 'Tonight Show' is going to Florida following Fallon's debut in February as the new host for the program.