Before they made it big on television, lots of actors honed their skills, and earned their keep, by appearing in commercials. Adweek asked several TV stars to recall the most memorable ads they ever acted in: the good, the bad and the ones that never made it to air.Fred Savage, Chevrolet Blazer
The eighth time was the charm for Jon Hamm.The actor, who had been nominated for Emmys seven times previously—and gone winless—for his iconic role as Mad Men's Don Draper, finally won the trophy Sunday night, in his eighth and final year of eligibility.
What kind of impact will Andy Samberg have when he hosts the 67th Emmy Awards on Sunday? In the end, not much after you subtract commercial breaks and all the time spent handing out the actual awards.
YouTube publisher ERB is back with another showdown, and this time it's between one of DC Comics' leading superheroes and one of manga's famed protagonists.
On the heels of a trio of back-nine orders at CBS, Fox today announced that it has made a full series commitment to its new Monday night sitcom, Brooklyn Nine-Nine.Nine-Nine’s back-nine brings its total order to 22 episodes.
If it hadn’t clicked, the corridors at Fox would’ve been a-roil with rolling heads. But thanks to a smart marketing campaign and a rip-roaring narrative, the series premiere of Sleepy Hollow was a huge win for the network.
Feds, Cops and Fox Sleepy Hollow isn’t the only new broadcast series worthy of checking out this fall. Here, five more reasons to tune into the Big Four. (Caveat: Every show here could be canceled by Columbus Day.)
Having finished the process of selecting its new original series for the upcoming broadcast season, Fox on Wednesday evening took the unconventional step of revealing its picks ahead of next week’s upfront presentation.
Fox on Monday announced it has renewed four scripted series for 2013-14, committing to new seasons of The Following, New Girl, The Mindy Project and Raising Hope.
The Lonely Island—SNL’s Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone—shot SNL into the digital age when its videos first went viral in 2007.