It might be 10 years since the last installment of "The Matrix" was released, but GE decided to use Agent Smith as the new spokesman for its campaign about the "brilliant machines" which help the medical industry.
You can call anyone but Einstein a genius and start an argument.
With the recent news about Jimmy Fallon, Lorne Michaels solidifies his position as King of NBC.
John Stossel goes after Glenn Beck for claiming to be libertarian
Intel's cable-killing media project is getting rave reviews from the select few outsiders who have been able to see it, according to a report from Michael Learmonth in Ad Age.
For consumers who want to cut their cable cord and get all of their television from the Internet, there’s been a major obstacle: It’s hard to get live sports and local news. Now a Web start-up, called Aereo, is offering to remove that last barrier wi
Some people have had it with TV. They've had enough of the 100-plus channel universe. They don't like timing their lives around network show schedules. They're tired of $100-plus monthly bills.
A TV insider points out that Jon Stewart, the long time host of “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, is more than ready for his close up. There was some suggestion last week that Stephen Colbert might be a Letterman successor.
When Jon Stewart, 50, takes a 12-week-long hiatus from "The Daily Show" this summer to shoot his new movie "Rosewater" overseas, it's "Senior British Correspondent" John Oliver, 35, who will take over his hosting duties.
A Soho House summit, secret e-mails, brutal economics: the inside story of how TV's No. 1 late-night host ended up on the way out at NBC.
Not content with being HBO’s biggest hit in quite some time, Game of Thrones won another arguably more dubious plaudit in 2012, when it was named the most pirated TV show of the year.
If and when Jay Leno leaves "The Tonight Show" next year, it doesn't look like he's going to head out gracefully.
Not having a TV has led to complete, catastrophic cultural isolation. As an example of this savage, self-caused social disconnect: I never learned to pronounce the name “Duchovny.”
It's only two more weeks until season 3 of "Game of Thrones," and HBO is rolling out trailers for the show's return.
Rich Greenfield, the BTIG analyst who’s something of a digital media oracle, isn’t exaggerating when he says, “The future of television has begun” (registration required).
Roku today introduced the new Roku 3 set-top box, and it promises to be the best streamer on the market.
It is not a country that is evil or good. Rather it is a personal choice of the people in any country to be either Good or Evil. And they do so through their actions.
Despite solid ratings for Sunday's 85th annual Academy Awards, host Seth MacFarlane is catching a lot of flak for his crude jokes about women, Jews, Abraham Lincoln and most notably, actresses' boobs.
After last year's Oscars, Jimmy Kimmel delivered a fake trailer for the "Best movie never made": "Movie: The Movie."
Seth MacFarlane is hardly a familiar face. Can he keep traditional Oscar fans happy while pulling in a younger audience?
For movie buffs, the Oscars are one of the best nights of the year – the elation! the fashion! the inevitable acceptance speech flubs!
Next week's episode of "Law & Order: SVU" is bringing Rihanna's 2009 domestic assault case with Chris Brown to life.
Our voice might be hoarse, but the show goes on. This week, we’ve got a new album from Major Lazer, a new comic from Marvel, and a new show from one of the minds behind South Park. That’s three for three, in case you were keeping track. Three what? W
WWE Creates Racist Wrestler To Demonize Tea Party, Commentators Say Limbaugh and Alex Jones Receive Tons of Fan Mail
Here at Wired we don’t fear losing our jobs to robots – in fact, we advocate for it.
The first 45 years of Star Trek
In the advertising business, everyone is familiar with a commercial for the French TV company Canal+, titled "The Bear."
Just because an advertiser wants to shell out $4 million for a 30-second Super Bowl commercial doesn't mean they'll get to play in the big game.
Amazon and Netflix are cribbing from the hands-off approach cable giants like HBO and FX take to creating amazing television, a move that will lead to better shows by tempting writers and producers to create original programming.
While most of Hollywood is in the throes of the awards season, the small screen segment of Tinseltown is busy ordering up pilots of the shows that could be coming soon to a TV near you.