On Fox & Friends this morning, Elisabeth Hasselbeck addressed yesterday's announcement from Fox that she would be leaving the network next month in order to spend more time with her kids. Hasselbeck declared the show to be a "no-cry zone" in the days going forward, but gave some emotional comments on how she came to make the tough decision.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck is stepping down as co-host of the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends in order to spend more time with her family, the network announced Monday. "Oftentimes, the most difficult decisions are between two great things," Hasselbeck said in a statement. "With a heart full of... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Elisabeth Hasselbeck Fox & Friends
If it’s Monday, it’s time to look ahead at the week in television. This week, most shows take a break to get out of the way of Thanksgiving. But if you thought this was your chance to catch up on your TV backlog, the networks are also rolling out their holiday specials. On Tuesday, ABC... Read more »
TLC cancelled 19 Kids And Counting following the confirmation of reports that Josh Duggar had molested five underage girls, several of whom were his sisters. At the time, advertisers were fleeing and the network made it clear that it regretting having to cancel the lucrative reality TV show about the Duggars. Show More Summary
After GOP businessman Donald Trump hosted an episode of NBC's long-running Saturday Night Live program -- which drew the show's highest ratings in four years -- the network has decided to give other Republican presidential candidates “equal time” to match the 12 minutes Trump appeared during the Nov. Show More Summary
First of all, in case you missed it in prime time Monday night, the PW Thanksgiving special will re-air on Food Network tomorrow morning at 10 Eastern/9 Central! Thanks to all of you who’ve sent your sweet comments about the show. I’m glad you enjoyed the recipes, Paige’s family video…and my trip to the grocery […]
This is as much time as network TV has ever devoted to a rap battle, and it’s one of the most watchable scenes of the season, even if I have no idea how half of it even worked (like how the crowd knew what to say when Hakeem held out the mic to them; did he pass Read More...
Complete 5G solutions aren’t something that you’ll be seeing in phones or networks any time soon regardless of what you may see in the headlines or companies are claiming. In fact, the first official release of the 5G standard isn’t likely to be finalized until 2018, at which point true [...]
On Thursday, TNA announced that the company has signed a new television deal with the Pop network and will begin airing episode of the flagship show, Impact Wrestling, starting on Jan. 5, 2016. It had been a tumultuous time for wrestling, as rumors about the company’s future swirled after TNA President [...]
Lena Dunham has said that she’s planned out the narrative for her HBO show Girls to wrap up in season six, which would air around the time she’s 30. But is the network willing to let go of Dunham so easily? “I am leaving this decision up to the artist,... More »
The TV show The Soup is finally coming to an end after running for 22 seasons, as reported by the New York Times. It was announced on Wednesday that after December 18, the E! Entertainment network will be saying goodbye to it’s very successful, long running show The Soup. Show More Summary
CBS has been around as a TV network for almost 75 years ? which is only slightly longer than CSI?s lifespan ? and in that time it has offered up more quality TV shows than most people can watch in a lifetime. But not all of those shows were allowed to stick around. Click To Continue Reading
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Monday, November 16. All times are Eastern. Top pick Fargo (FX, 10 p.m.): You probably haven’t heard of this Fargo show—it’s on a small network and no one ever talks about it—but we figured we’d throw it a bone this week. Show More Summary
In an unprecedented move for a broadcast network, CBS has unveiled plans to air a live installment of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” leading out from Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7, 2016. The network says it will be...
Stephen Colbert has landed the coveted post-Super Bowl time slot on CBS this winter. The network said Wednesday that a special edition of Colbert's Late Show will air directly after the Feb. 7 game, the first time that distinction has gone to a late-night show. Late local news will follow...
CBS will air a special live episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert after the 2016 Super Bowl. This marks the first time in history a late-night variety show landed the coveted time slot on one of the three networks that rotate broadcasting rights to the game: CBS, NCB, and FOX.
Major TV networks are so scared of Netflix they are actually starting to show fewer ads. Companies like Time Warner, Fox, and Viacom have begun to reverse the trend of trying to shove as many ads in your face as possible. The reason?...Show More Summary
Well, this is unexpected: A live edition of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert will air right after CBS’s broadcast of Super Bowl 50, marking the first time a network has handed over the highly coveted post-championship slot to a late-night program. (ABC debuted Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Super Bowl Sunday 2003, but it... More »
A Fox series has a new title, undergoing a name change for the second time. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that the network’s Frankenstein drama will now be known as “Second Chance.” The show, set to premiere Jan. 13,...
Because Donald Trump was seen for 12 minutes and 5 seconds on Saturday Night Live, NBC is obligated by law to offer the same amount of time on its network to other candidates. AV Club reports: "Trump's time on the show was very specifically...Show More Summary