The network responsible for introducing us to NeNe Leakes, Jeff Lewis, the Vanderpumpstaff and all the other personalities you either love, hate or a little bit of both, revealed its latest slate of programming at the network's upfront presentation on Monday. Leading the next new wave of guilty... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com NeNe Leakes Kim Zolciak
Just when you thought reality TV was totally out of ideas—like completely, entirely, woefully out of ideas—Oxygen and Esquire come along with a novel pitch: two shows with the same cast on two different networks, one aimed at men and one aimed at women. Show More Summary
TV production and distribution is a complicated entanglement of interests involving studios, distributors, networks, and pay-TV services, not to mention deals any of these people might have with other companies like home video or on-demand streaming sites. Show More Summary
With the announcement of Trevor Noah as the next Daily Show host, Comedy Central will officially have two back-to-back late night shows hosted by black men. And in an interview earlier today, network president Michele Ganeless said that is "not by design."
While 2013's The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones wasn't a breakout hit at the box office, ABC Family is giving the franchise a second shot. The network has ordered a full season of Shadowhunters, a new show based on Cassandra Clare's YA books. Show More Summary
What is a famewhore to do when she runs out of scandals and/or reality shows to do? Well it seems she talks her network into filming her watching the last season of her own show. Not. Kidding. WE tv wants us to watch Hank Baskett and...Show More Summary
Comedy Central went with a young South African. The network made the right choice.
AMC is building a unique identity among TV networks: it has no identifiable house style, but instead has focused on niche audiences that aren’t being served on network or (most) cable stations. Hence shows like Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul and so on. Their newest series, Into The Badlands is a martial arts … Continue reading First Look: AMC’s Into The Badlands. ?
One of the longest-running shows on TV continues to see its viewership fall off in one of its most important demos. Citing figures reported by Soap Opera Network, TVbytheNumbers.com reports that ABC’s daytime institution “General Hospital” hit an all-time low...
The South African comedian is about to take on American politics — and food. Fans of Comedy Central's The Daily Show were abuzz this morning when the network announced host Jon Stewart's replacement: Trevor Noah. One of the best things...Show More Summary
Comedy Central has picked a replacement for Jon Stewart as host of “The Daily Show.” The cable network will announce Monday that Trevor Noah will be promoted to host after just three appearances on the program, reported the New York Times. The 31-year-old Noah was born in South Africa to a black...
Jon Stewart’s successor has been named. The network’s selection of Mr. Noah comes less than two months after Mr. Stewart, 52, revealed on Feb. 10 that he was leaving “The Daily Show” after a highly successful 16-year run that transformed the show into authoritative, satirical comedy on current events. (An exact timetable for Mr. Stewart’s [...]
Trevor Noah, a South African comic who made his debut as a contributor in December, will succeed Jon Stewart as host of The Daily Show, the NYT reports: The network’s selection of Mr. Noah comes less than two months after...
The NYT observes that Noah is "nonwhite," but that there's a question "why the network did not choose a woman to crack the all-male club of late-night television hosts."[Noah] grew up in Soweto, the son of a black Xhosa mother and a white Swiss father, whose union was illegal during the apartheid era. Show More Summary
Television has never been more depressing than it is right now. That’s not a snide comment about the fall’s mediocre slate of new network shows—it’s an observation about the rise of Bummer TV. Bummer TV describes dramas that want to make pain, grief, and hurt a major part of the viewing experience. Show More Summary
This season, the Yankees will join the Mets on New York's PIX11. In honor of the Pinstripes joining the network, the station created a Seinfeld-themed commercial to show its excitement. Now you can watch both teams on one station. It's a Festivus miracle! [YouTube] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
It's another surprisingly busy week on the PlayStation Network with yet another eclectic mix of gaming experiences to carry you into the summer. On offer are a pair of baseball games, a metroidvania indie darling, a couple of old-school classics and even a cricket game for those of you who know what the heck a wicket is.Click To Continue Reading
Bret Bielema cooked what appeared to be a frittata. With hog, of course. We would watch Bret Bielema do pretty much anything -- coach football, go grocery shopping, describe the plotlines of movies he's seen -- and we would definitely watch Bret Bielema cook. Show More Summary
Like its sibling network CNN, HLN is now getting into the game show game. “Keywords,” which was born as an app, is coming to HLN Tuesday night at 10pmET. Hosted by Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders, “Keywords” is a search and tag game of internet trivia. Show More Summary
If you’re Chris Brown… You gotta be thinking “If I break up with a girl… She’s getting her own show to bash me? Can a n just have an ex? Damn!” Oprah Winfrey Network is the first and only network