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How one woman turned Emmy gift bags into a career

by Jana Kasperkevic Sep 17, 2017
A look at making of, and the drama behind, a celebrity gift bag.
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Let's do the numbers on "Game of Thrones"

by Jana Kasperkevic Jul 24, 2017
Inside one of the most popular — and expensive — shows in the world.
On average, it now takes about $10 million to film each episode of Game of Thrones.
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EA deal to turn Battlefield video game into a TV series

by Donna Tam Jul 11, 2016
Paramount Television and Anonymous Content are remaking the gaming company’s war-themed games for television.
A promotional image for "Battlefield 1."
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Still making money from the show about nothing

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 11, 2016
The Seinfeld Economy
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'Empire' showrunner Ilene Chaiken explains how she landed on Fox’s hit show

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 29, 2016
New episodes of 'Empire' return to Fox on Wednesday.
Producer Ilene Chaiken arrives at Fox's 'Empire' ATAS Academy Event at The Theatre at The Ace Hotel on March 12, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. 
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Meeting Mr. Robot

by Molly Wood Mar 17, 2016
Showrunner Sam Esmail talks about maintaining the authenticity of the tech world in his show.
(L-R) Actor Rami Malek, writer/producer Sam Esmail and actor Christian Slater attend a dinner celebrating Mr. Robot at the Spotify House in Austin, TX during the SXSW festival.
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Chuck Lorre on creating TV sitcoms

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios Feb 24, 2016
Lorre's CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory will air its 200th episode on Feb. 25th
Writer/producer Chuck Lorre attends the Inside 'The Big Bang Theory' Writer's Room panel during Comic-Con International 2015.
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BBC drops "Top Gear" host, risking losses

by Stephen Beard Mar 25, 2015
Is firing a volatile but popular host good business?
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Congressman resigns over Downton Abbey faux pas

by David Gura Mar 17, 2015
Aaron Schock outfitted his office with "a gold-colored wall sconce," a "crystal chandelier," and "massive arrangements of pheasant feathers."

Favorite show cancelled before it got a chance to breathe? Wasn't always that way.

by David Weinberg Sep 13, 2013
Today, networks can spend millions on a series and still cancel it after two or three episodes. But that wasn't always the case.