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Ready for More ‘Skin’? Competition Show Picked Up for Third Season

A TV series that has been doing a lot to bring new viewers to its channel will return for a third season. GSN announced the third-season pickup for the body-painting competition “Skin Wars,” hosted by supermodel Rebecca Romijn. The show...

Comedy Central’s ‘Daily Show’ Names Key Production Exec, Maps Expansion Plans

More changes are in the works at Comedy Central’s rebooted “Daily Show” following the departure of longtime host Jon Stewart. The network announced today that it has named Baratunde Thurston as supervising producer on “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,”...

‘Sons of Anarchy’ Spinoff in the Works From Kurt Sutter

One of the outlaw motorcycle gangs featured prominently on “Sons of Anarchy” is ready to ride again. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that “Sons” creator Kurt Sutter is working on a spinoff focusing on the Mayans. The Mayans, under...

MSNBC Pulls Plug on Show That Has Been a Staple on the Network

MSNBC is pulling the plug on a show that airs daily on the cable network. The AP reports that the network is taking “Politics Nation,” hosted by the Rev. Al Sharpton, out of the daily rotation. “Sharpton’s ‘Politics Nation’ has...

'Celebrity Name Game' Second Season Premieres Monday, September 21

This fall, the who’s who of the celebrity world will converge on Celebrity Name Game

Treasure Hunters Dig Deep into American History to Search for Vanished People on the Series Premiere of 'Rebel Gold'

As the Civil War came to an end in 1865, Confederate President Jefferson Davis fled Richmond, VA with the contents of the Confederate treasury

Late Night TV Ratings For August 17-21, 2015

Seth Meyers Delivers a Three-Week High in 18-49 at 12:35 a.m. ET and Carson Daly Equals a 25-Week High at 1:35

'American Dad!' Renewed for Two More Seasons by TBS

Animated Hit Ranks #1 in Its TBS Timeslot, with Encores Airing on Adult Swim

Sinclair and Dish Settle Their Differences, Ending ‘One of the Largest Blackouts in History’

After a blackout that saw the Sinclair Broadcast Group TV stations go dark on Dish Network systems for a short period of time amid a contentious carriage dispute, the two companies have come to terms, TVNewsCheck reports. Sinclair announced Wednesday...

Stage Is Set for Music’s ‘Other’ Biggest Night

The Grammy Awards may still be the music industry’s biggest night, but music’s “other” biggest night takes place this Sunday, when the MTV Video Music Awards are set to air. Executive producer Van Toffler said he expects this year’s ceremony...

Graphic Video of the Slayings of a News Reporter and Cameraman Raises Moral and Ethical Questions

“When video of the on-air shooting of a Virginia news reporter and cameraman [on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015] spread within minutes across the country — with the killer even posting his own footage online — they became the latest exhibits...

Killer of Virginia News Reporter and Cameraman Had Worked at Other Stations

The person who gunned down a TV reporter and cameraman in Virginia on live TV Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015, started his TV career at KPIX in San Francisco in 1993, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. According to the article, Vester...

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