Fox showed its Tuesday night comedy lineup some major love when it renewed "Mindy Project," "New Girl" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine," the network announced Friday, March 7. A second season of "Brooklyn" shocked no one, as the freshman comedy picked up two Golden Globes for best comedy and best comedic actor (Andy Samberg). Show More Summary
Bad news for my writing partner. Apparently, an intimate knowledge of the Home and Garden network line-up and/or those various storage locker reality shows ISN’T going to offer much traction in our upcoming L.A. meetings. According to my agent, one of the first things an executive will ask us will be: “So, what do you […]
This speaks volumes about how Democrats view the role of government. Senator Dick Durbin wants the Esquire Network’s reality show, “Friday Night Tykes,” off the air, citing concerns about “violent competitiveness” and “head injuries.” Talk...Show More Summary
FX has a long and storied history of keeping shows around for quite some time. With that in mind, it?s not a big surprise that the network would be in favor of keeping its well-liked comedy Archer around for a little longer. What is a bit of a surprise is how long the network has committed to keeping Archer on the air.Click To Continue Reading
Fans of FOX's comedy lineup have a reason to celebrate today. The network has renewed Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Mindy Project and New Girl for the 2014-15 season. Sophomore drama The Following has also been renewed. "These shows are some...Show More Summary
Tonight on Fox Business Network at 9 pm ET, 6 pm PT (with repeats three hours later), The Independents will produce a special show on the topic of guns. Leading off will be a discussion of mass-shooting events and background checks, featuring Colin Goddard, who describes the awful events at Virginia Tech in 2007, and Reason Senior Editor Damon Root. Show More Summary
You can stop worrying about the fates of The Mindy Project and Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Fox has picked up both comedies for next season, along with New Girl and The Following. The network issued a statement calling all four shows “core assets within our 2014-15 portfolio of content.” One caveat: Fox... More »
Fox has given early renewals to comedies Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Mindy Project and New Girl, as well as sophomore drama The Following, the network announced Friday. "These shows are... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Bones Andy Samberg Glee New Girl The Following The Mindy Project Brooklyn Nine-Nine Sleepy Hollow
The first episode of CNN's new documentary series Chicagoland premiered Thursday night, and while it was the highest rated show on that network, it still trailed its 10pm competition from Fox News and MSNBC in total viewers. The CNN show averaged 227K viewers in the 25-54 demo and 629K total.
The USA network may have a hit on its hands with the new comedy Sirens, which follows a group of Chicago EMTs as they respond to emergencies. One of the show's stars, Michael Mosley, visited our New York studio this week to talk about the latest offering from producer Denis Leary. Show More Summary
Piers Morgan Live will say goodbye to CNN by the end of March. After the network announced that it would kick Morgan’s chat show to the curb due to poor ratings, many wondered when the program would officially bid farewell to his viewers. Show More Summary
The network's latest -- and potentially long-term -- offering from Lionsgate and Debmar-Mercury opens with a very modest showing among adults 18-49. read more
Lindsay Lohan stopped by "The Tonight Show" on Thursday to promote her Oprah Winfrey Network docu-series and catch up with her old friend Jimmy Fallon.
John Oliver's new HBO show doesn't premiere until April 27th, but in the first promo released today, the network is stressing one major difference between Last Week Tonight and The Daily Show. Namely, that it will only air once a week on Sunday nights at 11pm, no matter what else is happening in the news.
Larry Kudlow, who has been a part of CNBC for its 25-year history, is scaling back at the network. His 7pm show “The Kudlow Report” will end its run at the end of the month, TVNewser has learned. Kudlow will stay on as a senior contributor to CNBC’s Business Day programs. “The Kudlow Report” has been on CNBC since January, 2009. Show More Summary
From the March 7 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: Previously: "Meet Mr. Smith And Mr. Wesson": The Right's War On Vaccines
Larry King currently has two shows airing on RT, and in a new interview with The Daily Beast, he addresses the criticism he's facing over his ties to the Kremlin-backed network.
Leave it to Jimmy Fallon to turn a nice, DRY, game of cards into a water fight! The Tonight Show welcomed Lindsay Lohan on to talk about her upcoming docu-series on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network. But the interview soon made its way from the couch to a giant kiddie pool between commercial break! The reason: Jimmy [...]
Watch Phil Davis of Phil's Stock World on the Money Talk Show at Business News Network. Part 1: Market Outlook: Cashy and Cautious Phil discusses why low volume market rallies are unconvincing, the "be the house and not the gambler" approach to trading options, and his thoughts on an upcoming market correction. Show More Summary
Amy Thielen is always cooking. Recipe creation, recipe experimentation, recipe testing. A chef, cookbook author and host of her own Food Network show “Heartland Table,” her accolades don’t get in the way of the simple home cooking she showcases. Show More Summary