The former Fox News host who's now with NBC, in a piece for 'Time' magazine, also said that more women need to be in charge.read more
The media mogul, who starred in the Weinstein Co.-distributed film 'Lee Daniels' The Butler,' spoke about the allegations against the producer on 'CBS This Morning.'read more
Responding to the "me too" hashtag on social media, Glazer revealed how she fired "one background actor and one sound guy" from the Comedy Central show she co-created. read...
"He-Man Women-Haters" drove her from a job on 'It's Garry Shandling's Show,' Janis Hirsch writes, but karmically, she persisted and got the last laugh.read more
"This entire culture is complicit," writes Krista Vernoff, who co-runs the ABC drama with Shonda Rhimes. "If we make this all about Harvey, we've already lost."read more
Writer Lila Feinberg was due to wear a custom dress by Marchesa, designed by Georgina Chapman, wife of Harvey Weinstein.read more
Lili Reinhart took to her personal Tumblr page to write about being a young actress who was allegedly taken advantage of by an older man on set.read more
"Donald Trump is perhaps the most famous example of this kind of abuse of male power, but he is by no means the only one."read more
The director of the Muslim Public Affairs Council's Hollywood Bureau writes that complex, nuanced portrayals are a step toward "becoming 'mainstream' in American viewers' hearts and minds."read more
The NBC host explained why his show decided to address the charges of sexual harassment against the mogul with a piece prominently featuring three of its female writers. read more
"I don't want anything from Harvey Weinstein, but I do want other women to know that there are people who care that this happened to them," Tomi-Ann Roberts said...
The 'Hamilton' creator said his missive at the president wasn't "an impulsive tweet."read more
"It would be far too soon. … It should just rest," Doherty, who'll soon be on TV Land's new version of 1988's dark comedy 'Heathers,' tells THR.read more
The majority of polled showrunners who admit to consuming the trashy-classy fizzy water say their staffers favor grapefruit, while coconut has its fans.read more
More than $1,000 a month earned for screen work is headed to the government.read more