Best known for his work in horror films, Wes Craven has teamed up with cable channel Syfy to bring 3 new thrillers to the small screen. One of these is a re-imagining of his classic movie “The People Under the Stairs.”
The crime drama “Eye Candy” is no longer coming back to MTV as its star Victoria Justice announced on her Twitter account that the show has been cancelled by the network.
“Jane the Virgin” and John Oliver’s satirical news show are among the winners in the first round of this year’s Peabody Awards.
A president’s life is under the protection of a 13-year-old in the latest big-budget action film “Big Game” starring Samuel L. Jackson.
The Duff is based on author Kody Keplinger’s book of the same name is about how life is as an underdog in school.
“Divorce” has gone official. The comedy series starring Sarah Jessica Parker, which was first reported as in development back in December, is confirmed coming to HBO.
Returning this June for its fifth season, “Suits” has cast English actress Christina Cole in the role of a psychiatrist and Harvey Specter’s potential love interest.
Best known for his work in the “Harry Potter” franchise, British actor Daniel Radcliffe will be playing the role of Sam Houser for television next. Houser is the co-creator of “Grand Theft Auto,” one of the most controversial video games in the history of gaming entertainment.
HBO’s fantasy epic Games of Thrones was hit by a new leak Sunday just hours before the premiere of its hotly-anticipated fifth season.
”The Fault in Our Stars” and ”American Sniper” actor Bradley Cooper were the big winners at the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles Sunday.