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Craig T. Nelson's 'Coach' Reboot Scrapped By NBC

Craig T. Nelson‘s Coach reboot has been scrapped by NBC. The show was originally given a 13-episode straight-to-series order by the network, but has been cancelled after rumblings of creative differences, Deadline reports. Only the pilot episode was filmed, and Craig was set to reprise his beloved role as Coach Fox. Coach went off the [...]

‘Coach’ Reboot Not Going Forward at NBC

A new Coach sitcom won’t be coming to NBC after all. The network, which in April ordered a followup to 1990s series with a 13-episode straight-to-series order, today scrapped the project. The show’s cast and producers have started getting the news this evening. Show More Summary

TV Sports: An Analyst’s Seamless Injection Into ESPN’s Rotation

4 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Jessica Mendoza showed she belongs in the network’s regular mix of baseball game analysts, with a smart, understated stint in place of Curt Schilling.

Apple Reportedly Considering Making Their Own Video Content

At the moment, the TV shows and movies you find offered on the Apple TV and iTunes are made by other studios and networks. This is how it used to be back in the day, although recently we’re starting to see efforts by the likes of Netflix who are starting to explore the idea of making their own content. Show More Summary

The Fantasy Epic On MTV Trailer: The Shannara Chronicles

MTV's new show demonstrates just how far the network is willing to go into full-on Westeros territory. (Answer: very far.) The post The Fantasy Epic On MTV Trailer: The Shannara Chronicles appeared first on WIRED.

CBS is done with 'Under the Dome'

CBS is so over Under the Dome. The network on Monday announced that Under the Dome's upcoming season closer will act as a series finale See also: Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick among Colbert's first 'Late Show' guests The...Show More Summary

Under The Dome Canceled, Will Not Return For Season 4

Despite Under the Dome being a pretty huge summer success for CBS over the past few years, the network has decided that it?s been cooped up underneath that structure for long enough, and the execs are ending the show after this season.Click To Continue Reading

Newswire: TV Land renews The Jim Gaffigan Show and Impastor

After spending years providing viewers with exactly what they want—reruns of old sitcoms and plenty of Betty White—TV Land is now trying to transition into a more traditional network that tells people what they like and hopes the people agree. Show More Summary

CBS Has Canceled Under the Dome After Three Seasons

We hope you weren't looking forward to another summer spent Under the Dome. CBS has canceled the drama after three seasons. The show will air its series finale on Sept. 10, the network announced Monday. Based on Stephen King's novel of the same name, Under the Dome has told the story of the town of... Read More > Other Links From Under the Dome

TV Land renews The Jim Gaffigan Show, Impastor for second seasons

TV Land loves how its summer looked so far, as the cable network announced renewals for both of its new series currently on the air, The Jim Gaffigan Show and Impastor. “We’re really proud of these shows that represent the new TV Land,” said Keith Cox, TV Land's Executive Vice President, Development and Original Programming. […]

'Jim Gaffigan Show,' 'Impastor' Renewed at TV Land

Both series will return for second seasons as part of the cable network's single-camera comedy push. read more

‘The Jim Gaffigan Show’ & ‘Impastor’ Renewed For Season 2 By TV land

TV Land continues to give a vote of confidence to its new slate of single-camera original comedy series. After renewing Darren Star’s Younger earlier this year, the cable network has just given second-season pickups to the two followup originals, The Jim Gaffigan Show and Impastor. Show More Summary

Podcasts’ Biggest Problem Isn’t Discovery, It’s Diversity

Apps like Howl are powerful tools for bringing networks' unknown shows to listeners, but it's just more of the same. The post Podcasts’ Biggest Problem Isn’t Discovery, It’s Diversity appeared first on WIRED.

Duggar sisters and mom appear on TLC special about sex abuse: ‘It shouldn’t be a taboo subject’

18 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Two of Josh Duggar’s molestation victims and their mother took part in a television special on sexual abuse on the same network that canceled their popular reality show. Jessa Seewald and Jill Dillard, who admitted in May during a Fox News interview that their brother had molested them,...

Watch the Frenetic, Creature-Filled Shannara Chronicles Trailer

During Sunday night's MTV VMAs telecast, the network unspooled the official, weird-creature-filled trailer for its forthcoming fantasy series, The Shannara Chronicles. The show is based on Terry Brooks's similarly named saga, which comprises 25 books and follows a trio (an elf, a half-elf-half-human person, and a human) of post-apocalyptic badasses as... More »

Here’s Every Time Miley Talked About Sex and Drugs at the VMAs

Two years after her infamous twerk alongside Robin Thicke at the 2013 Video Music Awards, Miley Cyrus returned as host, no doubt part of an effort by MTV to shore up the show’s moribund ratings. (The network likely achieved that with...Show More Summary

VMAs 2015: The Best GIFs, Tweets, & Videos

Out of all the award shows, the VMAs seems to be the one to have the most memorable moments, though most of them are probably manufactured by the network itself. Thanks to the power of Twitter and technology, everything shows up online almost instantaneously, and we’re collecting all the #hashtag-worthy moments right here for you […]

MTV Is Taking Precautions In Case Miley Cyrus Gets Too Crazy At The VMAs — Find Out What The Network Is Doing HERE!

This shouldn't really surprise us that much — but it definitely means something good is coming! MTV is placing Miley Cyrus and the VMAs on a tape delay Sunday night, just in case anything crazy happens at the show. [ Related: Miley Goes Nude In Preparation For The VMAs! ] Network execs are busy warning fans and industry [...]

Some Hollywood blockbuster movies are about to disappear from Netflix (NFLX)

Netflix will no longer be able to show several high-profile Hollywood movies to US viewers, including recent versions of Transformers and Hunger Games, because its distribution deal with a cable network is not being renewed, according to a Recode report. Show More Summary

Jeb Bush’s Stephen Colbert Show Raffle Puts CBS In Awkward Position

Jeb Bush is appearing on the very first Late Night With Stephen Colbert on CBS, and he’s trying to make it into a fundraising event. The campaign’s unsanctioned raffle has put the television network in a difficult position, but it’s insisting that it is not endorsing Bush. Show More Summary

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