A Dutch TV game show is giving rejected asylum seekers the chance to win nearly $6,000 to start a new life after they are deported.
Best known for playing Abed on the NBC show 'Community,' Pudi talks about his Polish-Indian upbringing and his path to acting.
The disconnect between America's multiracial society and what's represented in media.
Comedian Jeff Garlin reflects on his career from his days of stand-up, to movies, to the success of "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
In Zambia, the new TV reality show 'Ready for Marriage' offers sex workers a chance at marriage and an opportunity to turn their lives around.
Television execs and writers are filling the airwaves with liberal propaganda, according to one cultural critic, and conservatives are being left behind.
A half century ago Newton Minow, chair of the Federal Communication Commission, called TV a "vast wasteland." Now he thinks TV gives viewers more choice.
The creator of The Wire talks about his HBO drama Treme, set in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Louisiana.
Three years after the HBO series "The Wire" ended, academics continue to use the show to stir discussion on race, poverty, and violence.
MTV's new show about teens misbehaving, "Skins," pushes the boundaries of television programming.