Hosted by Anthony Anderson and produced by FremantleMedia North America, “To Tell The Truth” is an anarchic and funny re-imagination of the beloved, game show of the same name.
Renowned Plastic Surgeons Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif Will Continue to Transform Lives and Fix the Unfixable in Third Season
WTXF, the Fox-owned station in Philadelphia, is now the exclusive partner for the Pennsylvania Lottery in Philadelphia. The Pick 3, Pick 4, Pick 5, Cash 5 and Match 6 drawings will be seen on WTXF at 6:59 p.m., while Mega Millions and Powerball drawings will be shown at 11:00 p.m.
Esquire Network Delivers Third Consecutive Quarter of Double-Digit Year on Year Growth
ZOO, CBS's new event summer series, premiered with 8.07 million viewers making it the most-watched new scripted show of the summer
KRGV in Rio Grande Valley, Texas has begun airing a Spanish-language translation of its newscasts on a secondary audio channel. \"It’s the same newscast our viewers know and trust delivered live, in Spanish, from our Weslaco studios by a team of very talented translators,\" said KRGV gm John Kittleman. Show More Summary
Scripted Event Series to Simulcast on HISTORY®, A&E and LIFETIME
Choice Female Music Group nominee Little Mix will perform the U.S. television debut of “Black Magic,”
In the latest batch of declassified Hillary Clinton emails, the then-Secretary of State said she thought shows on Fox News could use “at least one sane reasonable voice.” In a 2009 email to Clinton, Marty Torrey, a family friend, asked...Show More Summary
NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt was on Hoda Kotb’s SiriusXM show Monday and shared that he got his broadcasting start by making the morning announcements at his high school, which leads to Kotb calling him out for being a \"total...Show More Summary
American Odyssey has been officially cancelled after one season
FOX was number one with adults 18-49 while NBC led with total viewers.
Lacey Crisp has joined Minneapolis-St. Paul Fox-owned station KMSP as morning traffic reporter. Crisp comes from Milwaukee’s WTMJ. “It’s so good ot be back in the Twin Cities,” Crisp told viewers on this morning’s show. She graduated...Show More Summary
White Headlines a Month Full of Bark-Worthy, Pawesome Programming
WJZY-WMYT gm Karen Adams is moving upstairs for Fox Television Stations. A Fox spokesperson confirmed with TVSpy, Adams has been named vp of corporate initiatives for the group. An extensive search is underway for her replacement. As...Show More Summary
Vanessa Ruiz is heading to KPNX in Phoenix to work as an evening anchor. “We believe Vanessa’s experience and energy will be a perfect fit for Arizona and look forward to her joining us soon,” said John Misner, gm of the Phoenix NBC affiliate. Ruiz comes from KNBC in Los Angeles. Show More Summary
Presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared on The O’Reilly Factor last night to defend himself against NBC’s decision to cut ties after controversial comments regarding Mexicans. Trump didn’t hold back, mocking NBC, Univision, MSNBC...Show More Summary
Cincinnati viewers are once again taking aim at ABC affiliate WCPO over its coverage of the shooting death of Cincinnati police officer Sonny Kim. Monday, WCPO did a story about the funeral for Trepierre Hummons. Hummons is the man accused...Show More Summary
Michael Smith and Jemele Hill, who co-host His & Hers on ESPN 2, have partnered up with Slacker Radio for His & Hers Music Station. The sports newsers will add commentary over their hand-picked, curated playlist comprised of their favorite songs and artists. Show More Summary
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly is worried about Jon Stewart. Really worried. Joking that he “still can’t figure out why they fired the guy,” O’Reilly expressed concern for the departing Daily Show host’s imminent inability to talk on TV about Fox News. “I’m worried about Stewart. Show More Summary