As 2014 comes to a close, DoubleX is looking back on the year that was—the stories we covered and missed that captivated, puzzled, enraged, and delighted us.
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Bounce TV, which bills itself as the first broadcast TV network for African Americans, is making its first move into off-network series acquisition. The network has nabbed Roc (72 episodes) and The Parent 'Hood (90 episodes) from Warner Bros. Show More Summary
TV Land—known for Hot in Cleveland and its reruns of classic sitcoms—is targeting Younger audiences with the announcement that its
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Although Bill Cosby is currently public enemy #1 in America, two Black television stations have no plans to follow the path of TV Land, NBC and Netflix and separate their programming from anything associated with the embattled entertainment icon. The
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Two channels are sticking with Bill Cosby — at least for now. While TV Land has stopped airing repeats of
TV Land may have canned Bill Cosby's classic show from its schedule... but two other networks are standing firm behind the comedian -- and there's a big demographic difference.Centric -- which frequently airs marathons of "The Cosby Show" --…
Plus Sony ditches the Steve Jobs movie and picks up ‘1984.’ Bill Cosby is the center of pop culture conversation this week after NBC and Netflix cancelled their Cosby sitcom plans. TV Land is also pulling Cosby Show re-runs off the docket...Show More Summary
Another comedy spec by an up-and-coming writer has found a buyer. ABC has bought for development Grandma Dearest by Todd Linden (TV Land's Jennifer Falls), which has comedy veteran Moses Port attached as executive producer for Sony TV and Jamie Tarses' studio-based FanFare Prods. Show More Summary
The 3 stars will close out the year as hosts for SNL - HuffPost Entertainment TV Land will no longer air The Cosby Show - Moviefone The gag reel from Transformers 4 has a lot of explosions and no gags - Moviepilot Here are the primeShow More Summary
TV Land has canceled ‘The Cosby Show’ reruns. Is this a mature expression of understandable judgment, or a bid to erase history while conflating fiction and reality?
Post by Lauren Brown. More bad news for Bill Cosby. Amid the sexual allegations that continue to surface about him, TV Land has decided not to air The Cosby Show on the network any more, effective immediately. The decision came last night and already any mention of the show has been removed from the TV Land web site. Show More Summary
NBC, Netflix, and TV Land distance themselves from Bill Cosby as the comedian's scandal continues.
TV Land won't be airing any more episodes of The Cosby Show following a recent resurgence in discussing the numerous rape allegations against Bill Cosby. Netflix and NBC have already dropped or stalled their business with him, so we all knew this was coming. It was only a matter of time. Read more...
Bradley Cooper's ex-wife gets married, TV Land pulls The Cosby Show, Jennifer Lawrence buys Jessica Simpson's $7 million home and more First Dibs.
"... as though, with every re-air, the public would be reminded it had been duped, and was once again guilty of putting too much trust in an individual now thought undeserving of it. It’s the closest thing to retroactively reprobating...Show More Summary
One week till turkey. Let’s do this.
TV Land has dropped reruns of “The Cosby Show” from its lineup in the wake of a series of rape allegations against the comedian. The network’s move came after NBC announced it was scrapping an upcoming project starring the 77-year-old actor in a sitcom from Sony Pictures Television. A...