Remember Marc Summers? The producer of food network shows like Restaurant: Impossible, most people from my generation probably know Summers better as the host of the Nickelodeon television game show Double Dare (and in later incarnations, Super Sloppy Double Dare, Family Double Dare and Double Dare 2000). Show More Summary
'Arrow' producer Greg Berlanti is just starting to work on the 'Supergirl' series, but it is not set up at a network just yet. [...]
Food Network and Cooking Channel have each announced renewals for familiar shows: Food Network Star winner Damaris Phillips will see the third season of her show, Southern at Heart, premiere October 26. Meanwhile, the second season of Cooking Channel's Restaurant...
The Walking Dead is not the kind of show anyone at AMC is eager to be rid of. It consistently pulls in great ratings, and the network seems determined to continue it all but indefinitely, what with The Talking Dead and a newly ordered companion series around to placate anyone for whom 12 or so seasons of zombie apocalypse simply isn’t enough. Show More Summary
From the September 9 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: During Discussion Of Rape Culture, Limbaugh Lashes Out At "Feminazis": "The Reality Is That Boys Chase Girls" Limbaugh On Ray Rice's Alleged Spousal Abuse: "How Bad Could It Have Been If She Said Yes To The Proposal"
I'm a former Syfy exec who left the network to co-create and write a new TV show called Z Nation, which debuts on Syfy and Space Channel this Friday, Sept. 12, at 10/9c. So how does a genre TV show get on the air? Here's what I've learned from this process, starting with how you get your show greenlit. Read more...
This fall marks the 30th anniversary of The Cosby Show, what has long been considered the greatest black sitcom of all time, and also a return to a more diverse television landscape: NBC, ABC and FOX, along with other networks, will debut a variety of shows that cast minority actors in lead roles (several are women of color). Show More Summary
Al Jazeera Arabic, the sister network of Al Jazeera English, removed a story published on its website last week that questioned the “legitimacy” of the videos showing the execution of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff, calling them a “Hollywood” fabrication. According to Al Arabiya News, the story suggested that Foley likely fabricated the video […]
CBS set plans in motion today to continue the tradition of having a late late night series that is white, male and heavily accented. On Monday, the network announced that British comedian James Corden has been tapped to take over the Late Late Show when veteran host Craig Ferguson leaves at the end of the year. Show More Summary
CBS Corp., owner of the most-watched U.S. television network, said British actor and comedian James Corden will be the new host of The Late Late Show starting in 2015, succeeding Craig Ferguson. Mr.... To view the full story, click the title link.
British actor James Corden will replace Craig Ferguson as host of The Late Late Show on CBS next year, part of a complete overhaul of the network's late-night talk show lineup put in motion by the impending retirement of David Letterman. The network says it picked Corden, who won a...
British actor and comedian James Corden will replace Craig Ferguson on “The Late Late Show,” CBS confirmed. Corden’s name made the rounds this summer as a front-runner for the gig, with the network finally making it official on Monday. Show More Summary
British comedian and actor James Corden is the new host of the Late Late Show on CBS After more than a month of rumors, the network confirmed on Monday that Corden will replace current host Craig Ferguson. “I can’t describe how thrilled and honored I am to be taking over from the brilliant Craig Ferguson,” said Corden in a CBS statement. Show More Summary
CBS finally announced it has cast the relatively unknown (in this country anyway) James Corden to replace Craig Ferguson as host of Late Late Show. The network did not name a date, saying only he would take the reins in 2015, replacing Ferguson, who announced April 28 he would step down in December. Show More Summary
U.K. writer/actor James Corden will, as expected, replace Craig Ferguson as host of CBS’s The Late Late Show. The network officially announced the hire this morning, saying the Tony-winning Corden will begin his new gig “in 2015,” but offering virtually no other details, such as where the new Late Late... More »
Verizon is taking the internet of things on the road with a new car sharing service. Is this a future business or a way to show off its network? Verizon combines cloud and mobile business to offer car sharing service originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading…
Stand Up To Cancer (SU2c) aired Friday night on ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, and more – with each of these networks donating one hour slots of simultaneous commercial-free television for the show - and Facebook was the primary social partnerShow More Summary
Let the fall TV games begin. As networks start premiering new fall television shows, figuring out which shows will be the new hits on air and social media isn’t an exact science. Yet. Viralheat, a platform for monitoring social media behavior for brands, thinks they’ve cracked the code. Show More Summary
I made this Orange Chicken on my Food Network show a few weeks ago, and I just realized yesterday that I’d never shared the recipe here on my totes cray recipe blog. So yesterday, as I whipped some up for lunch, I took photos and documented the step-by-step process. Show More Summary
ONE FC welterweight champion Ben Askren feels AXS TV Fights' Inside MMA program showed him an obvious bias towards the UFC — and a network executive doesn't seem to disagree. The "Funky" one appeared on Friday's edition of the program,...Show More Summary