Comedy Central has once again joined forces with Jon Stewart’s Busboy Productions and New York Collaborates for Autism for its sixth biennial special event, “Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs.”
The stakes were high: five North Carolina reporters, each on stage for five minutes of stand-up comedy. No net. In the end, one reporter took home the title “North Carolina’s Funniest Reporter”: Heather Moore of TWC News: Sunday night’s...Show More Summary
21st Century Fox took out a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal today touting three of its cable networks’ wins, all on one night. Last Tuesday, Fox had the No. 1 one sports, news and entertainment programs on cable. FX had the No. Show More Summary
BC Family’s “25 Days of Christmas,” cable’s biggest programming event of the year, returns with 25-continuous days of holiday-themed entertainment for the whole family.
In newly released “live plus seven day” results for premiere week of the 2014-15 primetime television season, Sept. 22-28, NBC has equaled its adult 18-49 rating of one year ago, a 3.7, to match the network’s highest premiere-week rating in seven years.
New dudes. New locations. This season, it’s a total game changer when Discovery’s hit survival “game” DUDE, YOU’RE SCREWED returns on Wednesday, October 29th at 9pm ET/PT.
CBS grew its audience +2% in premiere week versus last year with live + 7-day ratings playback added and was even in key demographics, according to Nielsen Live + 7-day ratings for premiere week.
Syfy announced today it is partnering with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s Pearl Street Films and CBS Television Studios to develop Incorporated, a futuristic espionage thriller
During his 20 year career as a restaurant critic for the Orlando Sentinel Scott Joseph always tried to keep his appearance under wraps. Now, he’s letting the whole world know what he looks like. Hal Boedeker of the Sentinel reports that...Show More Summary
Discovery Channel expands Motor Mondays, guaranteed appointment viewing for all-motor action and fun 52 weeks a year, with the addition of new series MISFIT GARAGE
Keith Olbermann sat down with Sports Illustrated’s Richard Deitsch to discuss his show, its rivals and whether or not he misses delivering political news. It’s been about 14 months since the former MSNBC host returned to ESPN which was, not coincidentally, about the same time that Fox debuted its 24/7 sports network, Fox Sports 1. Show More Summary
– Producer Ryan Murphy’s Emmy® and Golden Globe® award winning anthology miniseries American Horror Story has paid big dividends as his newest installment, American Horror Story: Freak Show
FOX has ordered six more episodes of this fall’s breakout new drama series, GOTHAM, it was announced today by Dana Walden and Gary Newman, Chairmen and CEOs of Fox Television Group. The announcement raises the series order to 22 episodes.
A new syndicated weekly game show, Monopoly Millionaire’s Club
“Better Kansas City” reporter Courtenay DeHoff was interviewing Joe Zwillenburg, the owner of Kansas City burger joint Westport Flea Market, about his famous meat products when things got a little racy. Zwillenberg pretty much let on...Show More Summary
CENTRIC today announced the nominees for SOUL TRAIN AWARDS 2014, which will celebrate and honor R&B’s finest and most soulful artists on November 7, 2014 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
Bill O’Reilly continued his media tour for his latest historical thriller Killing Patton, appearing on his own network talking about one of his favorite subjects: the media. On MediaBuzz, host Howard Kurtz asked O’Reilly if he can now...Show More Summary
Rachel Wick is joining Rochester, Minn. ABC affiliate KAAL as a morning news anchor. Wick was an anchor at Rochester NBC affiliate KTTC until 2011 when she stopped working in local TV after the birth of her first son. “My career began as a morning news producer, so I’m used to the hours,” Wick said in a statement. Show More Summary
Charting his journey from rhythm and blues to funk, MR. DYNAMITE: THE RISE OF JAMES BROWN features rare and previously unseen footage, interviews and photographs, chronicling the musical ascension of “the hardest working man in show business,”
ABC celebrates the scariest night of the year with Halloween-themed programming, kicking off on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15. Highlights include the beloved animated special, “It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,”