House of Cards is currently filming its Season 2 finale, but will that also be the political drama's series finale?
Co-executive producer Rick Cleveland seems to think so. "House of Cards is only...
FX has ordered a new comedy series from Aussie comedian Jim Jefferies, the network announced Wednesday.
Legit stars Jefferies as...
HBO is developing a miniseries about former Vice President Dick Cheney, Deadline reports.
The project will be based on both the novel Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency and the...
Over the last few months, Bill Clinton has been doing his best to get back into the White House, albeit as the first husband. His actions on the campaign trail — stumping for his wife Hillary and attempting to stamp out her competition, Barack Obama — have been questioned and sometimes criticized by the media, but never ignored. Both puckish and personable, there's no doubt the larger-than-life former president continues to be a fascinating character still capable of capturing the public's interest.
Rick Cleveland, a writer for The West Wing and Six Feet Under, uses the intrigue surrounding the onetime chief exec to his advantage in the stage show My Buddy Bill, airing tonight on Comedy Central (12 am/ET). Part travelogue, part insight into the strange world of adult male friendship, Clev
Sci Fi Channel is producing Tin Man, a $19 million, six-hour miniseries that revisits The Wizard of Oz as a "relevant, modern and fresh" science-fiction fantasy. Per Variety, the update finds a young woman name DG plunged in a netherworld called the Outer Zone, where she meets up with Tin Man, a cowardly Wolverine-like creature, a sorceress named Azkadellia, and a larger-than-life entity called Mystic Man.... NBC has tapped Rick Cleveland (Six Feet Under) to bring the indie Thank You for Smoking to the small screen, in the form of a single-camera comedy focusing on superstar spin doctor Nick Naylor (played in the film by Aaron Eckhart).