Riley, an Internet-famous dog with a dopey grin, has become the latest symbol of western decadence in North Korea. North Korea’s state-run KCTV network used an image of Riley in a recent news segment decrying American extravagance. KCTV...Show More Summary
Now that Bill Cosby has been “caught” admitting on record he raped a bunch of women, the public can finally start accepting that he raped a bunch of women and start acting appropriately. Read more...
Seven Year Switch: Switch Therapy is a controversial new tv show that will premiere tonight on the FYI Television Network. The Seven Year Switch, also known as Seven Year Switch, will introduce four married couples whose relationship has hit the skids. Show More Summary
Presumably after glancing at the internet for five minutes and realizing that people are crazy about Steven Universe and Adventure Time, Cartoon Network has decided to give renewals to a bunch of shows that you unashamedly recommend to people even though they’re on Cartoon Network. Show More Summary
Whipclip, a start-up that aims to make it easier to share TV show clips, is working with broadcasters, cable TV networks and music companies.
Nintendo fans with Android phones, beware. A new piece of Android malware is showing up in third-party app stores dressed up as a classic Nintendo game. Cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks says it has discovered a new family of malware...Show More Summary
A day after newly unsealed court documents revealed that Bill Cosby testified in 2005 to giving prescription drugs to women with the intention of having sex with them, two TV networks have reacted swiftly. Both Centric and Bounce TV plan to pull reruns of The Cosby Show and Cosby from... More »
The flagship drama outpaced its record-setting 2014 run to further seal its status as the network's most-watched show of all time. read more
Last fall, when the first wave of rape accusations against Bill Cosby came to light, the TV Land network announced it was dropping The Cosby Show reruns from its lineup. Now that new court documents have emerged in which Cosby admits to obtaining drugs intended to sedate women, his sitcom is disappearing from two more cable networks.
Cartoon Network has renewed five original series, Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe, Uncle Grandpa and Clarence. The network picked up an eighth season of Peabody-winning Adventure Time and Emmy-winning Regular Show. Adventure...Show More Summary
Aziz Ansari recently wrapped six years on NBC's "Parks and Recreation," but the actor-comedian says when it came to pitching his own new show, he "refused" to go to a traditional network. In April, Netflix picked up Ansari's untitled sitcom, ordering 10 episodes of the half-hour comedy. Show More Summary
Decreased connectivity between network-specific brain regions are to blame for the central deficit common to the various cognitive changes associated with multiple sclerosis (MS), new research shows. The study found that, compared to healthy controls, individuals with MS exhibit weaker brain connections between the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and posterior brain regions.
Paula Deen, no stranger to racial insensitivity controversies, is embroiled in yet another scandal, this time over a photo showing her son in "brownface." See also: Food Network Drops Paula Deen After Racist Remarks The now-deleted tweet...Show More Summary
Cartoon Network has renewed Adventure Time and Regular Show for their eighth seasons.
A critically acclaimed drama series has been picked up by its cable network for a second season. In an announcement released Monday, Lifetime said it will bring back “UnReal” with a 10-episode order. The show’s first season debuted June 1,...
(Ferenstein Wire) - If it weren’t for the excessive spending of late 90s Silicon Valley startups, one of TV’s most iconic shows would likely have been axed by network executives. “Silicon Valley put the West Wing on television,” the show’s creator, Aaron Sorkin, tells The Ferenstein Wire. Speaking at the annual Aspen Institute Atlantic [...]
'Uncle Grandpa,' 'Steven Universe' and 'Clarence' will also return for additional seasons. read more
The show is the network's second-most-watched series in 2015 among total viewers. read more
Google’s Deep Dream neural network does crazy things with images that are pushed through it. Now, imagine what it could do with the nightmarish drug trips from ‘Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas’ Imagine no more! The video above shows you what it can produce in horrifying detail. Show More Summary
Like Burning Love and The Joe Schmo Show before it, Lifetime’s UnREAL is proving that send-ups of reality TV can have the same staying power as the shows they skewer. The network has renewed its freshman hit for a 10-episode second season, according to multiple sources. Show More Summary