Category: Television Shows

DA BIZ: Who Owns What You Watch on TV

Posted by Anthony - September 5, 2012 - Business, Television Shows tv-remote-programming

It’s striking to visualize that only a small handful of companies control virtually all the media we consume. (*Click on the graphic and expand with button in upper right corner.) Source: UsTelevision.com

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R.I.P. Juan Epstein

Posted by Anthony - January 27, 2012 - Acting, Television Shows JuanEpstein

I know I’m totally dating myself with this post, but ’nuff respect to actor, Robert Hegyes, who just passed away at the age of 60. He is best known and remembered as the Puerto Rican / Jewish character Juan Epstein on the popular 70′s sitcom, Welcome Back Kotter, where he played alongside  a teen-age John Travolta [...]

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Show Runner, Terence Winter, Discusses the Season 2 Finale of “Boardwalk Empire”

Posted by Anthony - December 13, 2011 - Directing, Television Shows, Writing boardwalkempire-season2

While sitcoms have been dying out, the last decade has seen an incredible growth in original quality tv dramas on cable from Mad Men to Dexter to The Walking Dead, these hour-long dramas have become the  sole reason for many of us to keep paying outrageous cable tv bills.  While many networks have been coming [...]

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Episode #74 – Costume Designer – Jennifer Bryan

Posted by Anthony - September 27, 2011 - Double Down Film Show, Interviews, Television Shows vampirediaries

  On this episode of Double Down Film Show, we talk to veteran Costume Designer, Jennifer L. Bryan, who has worked on dozens of film and TV shows through the decades including The Vampire Diaries, Dark Angel, Exit Wounds, and more. Over the course of the hour we delve into such pressing questions as… What [...]

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Witness The Creation of a New 70′s Web Series

Posted by Anthony - September 12, 2011 - Television Shows QueenHussy

Classes, books and DVD’s are all good resources to help you learn the craft of filmmaking. And you already know that I believe you ultimately have to do it yourself, before all those lessons even gel. But the very next best thing to doing it yourself is watching someone else do it – up close [...]

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