Producers for the hit Netflix show apologized after the pay gap became public information.
Apparently, even the queen of England doesn't get equal pay.
Why should we pay cable companies big monthly fees for a huge lineup of programs we never watch but are charged for. Research shows that folks with 300 channels only watch an average of 12 of them. Why not pick and choose just what we want to watch and pay for each show as we go? Or, as the industry calls it: pay-per-view.
He posted pictures from his undercover stint to his Google+ page Friday. Radcliffe was in town for a panel on his latest
In the absence of big initiative battles or high-profile, big money candidates slugging it out, we are left with, what we are left with. Primarily, that's the question of which little known Republican will emerge from the open primary into the November run-off with Governor Jerry Brown.
This past weekend, I found myself vocalizing in a new way something I've inherently known for a long time: Nerd matters. If you are indeed a nerd, this won't be much of a shocker. But if you have someone in your life you suspect might be a nerd, or if you just don't get this stuff, listen up.
Amy Pond is time traveling once again. Karen Gillan, who played the Doctor's companion, Amy Pond on "Doctor Who," released
The verdict on Doctor Who's 50th anniversary year? Good, but too sparse. The final season for Matt Smith's Doctor got short-shrift by being cut in half, with the first half shown in 2012 and the second in the anniversary year 2013.
The Crescent City might as well be re-christened "Who Orleans" because Doctor Who's Matt Smith is heading stateside for Wizard
The 11th Doctor is out, but the ratings are in.
Christmas may be over, but BBC America has one more present for Whovians. If you still refuse to believe that Matt Smith
You better have your TARDIS tissue box handy, Whovians! The "Doctor Who" Christmas Special airs Wed. Dec. 25 at 9 p.m. EST
Also, the main thing was, to be honest, if you saw [Matt's] audition, he was just bloody brilliant. Just straightforwardly
"An Adventure in Space and Time" has a bittersweet and surprisingly moving conclusion, and the whole production is anchored by David Bradley's terrific performance.