You may not always agree with him, but you have to love a guy who expresses himself.
These real-life physicians know the diagnosis...and are always ready for their close-up.
Eric Shanks, EVP of DirecTV's entertainment division, has rescued canceled shows with loyal fan bases—Showtime’s Sleeper Cell and ABC’s Wonderland—and given them another window. His aim is simple: Keep quality content alive.
With the success of Six Feet Under and True Blood charging the way, Sue Naegle, president of HBO Entertainment, is overseeing Scorsese's Boardwalk Empire and the fantasy Game of Thrones—and taking the cable net back to the top.
Graphic artist Geoff McFetridge favors softly contoured animalistic characters and line-drawn, Sgt. Pepper’s– reminiscent figures—a style that's well suited to clients of every ilk.
Conan O'Brien’s “Run Across America” Tonight Show debut on June 1 was an entrance that simply had to be YouTube’d, Hulu’d and savored. (Google it now if you missed it—I’ll wait.) The man is on a mission.
Nicholas Weinstock, head of motion picture development at Apatow Productions, shares his secret strategies for fielding movie and series proposals.
Comedian Steve Martin interviews director Ron Howard about his fifty remarkable years in the motion picture business.
Johnny Carson won over Oscar viewers with perfect pitch and a little help from his favorite writers—Mike Barrie and Jim Mulholland.
Being a Simpsons writer is hard work. Carolyn Omine takes you inside the writers' room at the beloved sitcom.
TV producer Garry Marshall explains the overnight success of Mork & Mindy, and the story of how he discovered Robin Williams.
Ugly Betty producer Silvio Horta reveals that the path to success in Hollywood is paved with good assistants—if you can find one.
The star of Curb Your Enthusiasm talks with David Steinberg about success, audiences and wearing a chauffeur’s cap.