Ahead of the release of Robin Roberts‘ memoir — which is about people who inspired her during her battle with MDS — the “Good Morning America” anchors shared who has inspired them this morning. Lara Spencer talked about her father and George Stephanopoulos talked about his friend Loring Henderson, who runs a homeless shelter in Lawrence, Kansas. Show More Summary
Oxygen Media celebrates Good Friday with “‘Preachers of L.A.’ Presents: Deitrick Haddon And LXW Live In Concert,”
The Washington Post and the U.S. edition of the Guardian have won the top award in journalism — the Pulitzer Prize. They will share the Public Service award for their series of stories on NSA surveillance, as revealed by Edward Snowden, an NSA contractor who gave the top-secret information to the news organizations. Show More Summary
Arnie, Golf Channel’s three-night primetime television event on the life and legacy of Arnold Palmer, got off to a record start last night
Lawrence O’Donnell will be off the air for several weeks after being involved in a car accident over the weekend while vacationing. Here’s MSNBC’s statement: “Lawrence O’Donnell and his brother Michael were injured in a taxi accident on Saturday while vacationing out of the country. Show More Summary
Savannah ABC affiliate WJCL is expanding its evening news with a 5:00 and 5:30 p.m. newscast. “After relaunching and rebranding ourselves last fall, we thought that this spring was a critical moment to expand our commitment to this community...Show More Summary
FYI has ordered two hour-long pilots, "You're the One" (working title) and "Marry Me... Today" (working title), it was announced today by Jana Bennett, President of FYI and LMN. Production begins immediately.
While sitting in as a co-host on “The View” today, CNN’s Don Lemon fielded an onslaught of questions from the chat show’s ladies about his network’s nonstop coverage of missing Malaysia Flight 370. “You’ve covered this more than any other story that I can remember,” Barbara Walters said. Show More Summary
Sunday's episode of Game of Thrones garnered 6.3 million viewers,
It's 'southern hospitality' VH1-style when the network's top rated "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" Season 3 premieres Monday, May 5 at 8 PM ET/ PT.
Nazneen Contractor ("Star Trek Into Darkness") has been cast as a recurring guest star in USA Network's globe-trotting hit espionage series, COVERT AFFAIRS, when it returns this summer for its fifth season.
Increasingly, TV news anchors and hosts are going extra-curricular as they expand their “brand.” A few years ago, former CBS “Early Show” and local TV anchor Rene Syler launched parenting site Good Enough Mother while still continuing TV appearances. Show More Summary
This morning on “LIVE with Kelly and Michael,” hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan announced “LIVE’s Top Fitness Instructor,” the popular morning talk show’s first-ever nationwide search for the best trainer in the business.
WBZ, the CBS-owned station in Boston, has shuffled its anchor lineup, a station spokesperson confirms to TVSpy. After almost three months anchoring the weekday morning newscast, Kerry Connolly is moving back to the weekend morning newscasts. Show More Summary
Mad Men” returned to AMC last night for the first of 14 episodes that will cap the show’s acclaimed and award-winning run.
Tanya Vea, EVP of news for Salt Lake City NBC station KSL, has been bumped up to VP and station manager. A station spokesperson confirmed the move with TVSpy. Vea was named EVP of news and cross-platform development at KSL in 2011. She...Show More Summary
While the three evening newscasts and the network morning shows often look the same — with the same lineup of stories, often airing at the same time — the two media criticism shows, provide two distinct options for news junkies: those...Show More Summary
Hallmark Channel is proud to announce award winning actress Carol Burnett (“The Carol Burnett Show”), one of America’s most beloved and respected comediennes,
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills visit NYC, while Ramona returns from Africa and back into the center of the drama.
In a “60 Minutes Overtime” piece last night, Scott Pelley recounted 100 hours of CBS News’ reporting after last year’s Boston Marathon bombing story broke. Pelley and his team were in CBS’ “Fishbowl” room at around 3pmET when then-”CBS Evening News” EP Pat Shevlin had a marathon picture sent to her phone. Show More Summary