Creator Doug Ellin describes the arduous journey of bringing the hit HBO show to life.
Head writer Jason Katims is grateful to have a third season of the struggling and unique show.
Executive producer and director Alan Poul relates his struggles with the FCC and timid networks.
Hanson shows his humorous side in a Banff TV Festival Master Class.
Desperate Housewives and House writers break down the creative process.
Three success stories prove there's no clear path to Hollywood.
TV writers, directors and producers reflect on their online relationship with fans.
The science fiction series makes its move to Sci Fi in October.
Gleaning spoilers from TV writers.
Wherein he calls me crazy and won't tell me anything about season five but still has me on his side. Kinda House-like, in fact.
Awards, panels, pitching sessions and seminars make Banff 2008 a prime networking opportunity.
... but it's not quite there yet.
Do TV critics have the ability to make or break a show? Should they?
TV networks could learn a thing or two from the successful Internet comedy brand.
The Veronica Mars creator answers a few questions before heading out to the spa.
The American version of The Office has taken off, and it's partly thanks to the web.
The international awards also named Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip and Eastenders as top of their categories.
Stop the Mars Bars. The TV show is not returning, but the character might live on.
The festival gathers industry insiders for panels and pitching.
Canadian television executives seem focused on everything but the Canadian television viewer.