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Reality Show Production Companies Provide Networks High-End Casting

When producing daytime talk shows in the late '90s to the '00s, we used to produce every genre of pre-dated reality shows in one-hour talk-show formats (46 minutes of actual show time). Topics included: Wishes and Dreams, where -- pre-Oprah's...Show More Summary

Review: 'The Carmichael Show'

Network sitcoms have avoided being topical for such a long time that they have seemingly forgotten how. Perhaps that's why NBC's "The Carmichael Show" feels so ungainly, seeking to achieve a balance between tackling timely issues regarding race while allowing plenty of time for jokes about, say,...

Stephen Colbert’s serious side: The most intriguing celebrity news this week

In two weeks, Stephen Colbert will be on network television every night and he will have to be funny. During his time off between the end of “The Colbert Report” and the beginning of “The Late Show,” he’s been honing his comedic skills, including hosting a public access show in Michigan and showing up in random […]

One-Season Wonders, Weirdos, And Wannabes: Skin was part teen soap, part adult drama, and all failure

Some TV shows never even make it past the first season. Maybe a series lacked the ratings to match its artistic accomplishments, or maybe it floundered its way into the network crosshairs, but it’s time to look at one-season series outside the immediate context of ratings and renewals. Show More Summary

Tuesday morning one-liners

Said Bills G.M. Doug Whaley of QB Tyrod Taylor, “He’s got everything you’re looking for. We just have to make sure he can produce when his time’s called.” Former Dolphins CB Eddie Jackson will get his own show on the Food Network after winning a reality show on the network. LB Jonathan Freeny liked playing…

Nets Focus on ‘Summer of Trump’; Barely Mention Hillary Scandal

Out of the nearly 15 minutes of coverage the network morning shows devoted to the 2016 presidential race on Monday, only three minutes of that air time focused on the e-mail scandal continuing to plague Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Food Network Star Season 11 Finale: Why The Wrong Man Won

Rarely do I take the time to complain about reality shows, because I?m usually not bothered by how things turn out. But that wasn?t the case for tonight?s finale of Food Network Star, in which the wrong man won. Not that I won't watch his show or anything.Click To Continue Reading

NBC Continues to Tweak Fall Schedule

NBC appears to be having a hard time locking down its prime-time schedule for fall. reports that the network’s latest tweak again focuses on the variety show “Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris.” The Tuesday night series “will...

‘Best Time Ever’ Is No ‘Knock Knock’, Says Neil Patrick Harris – TCA

Neil Patrick Harris came to the TCA Summer Press Tour to plug his new, live, eight-week variety show for NBC, Best Time Ever. Asked if he’d watched Fox’s very short-lived Knock Knock Live, which the network put out of its misery late...Show More Summary

3 Times Sesame Street Has Hilariously Parodied an HBO Series

HBO just announced that it has struck a deal to air Sesame Street for the next five years on the network. The iconic show, which has aired on PBS for 45 years, will start running on HBO later this fall. Don't worry: The show will continue airing on PBS following a nine-month window during which HBO has exclusive rights to run it. Show More Summary

Newswire: Cartoon Network’s Amazing World Of Gumball is becoming a graphic novel

As reported by The L.A. Times, the hit Cartoon Network show The Amazing World Of Gumball is going to get a full-length graphic novel side-story. The show focuses on Gumball (a little cat boy), his sister Anais (a rabbit), and his adopted...Show More Summary

Facebook Live Debuts Real-Time Mobile Video Broadcasts (But Only for Celebs)

The combination of a smartphone, fast Internet, and social networking enables you to talk about anything, at any time. For celebrities, showing is better than telling. Facebook Live lets public figures broadcast a video, and fans get to interact with them in real time. Show More Summary

Chromecast is #NowCasting HBO NOW, Catch Phrase, Food Network and more

Summer is the perfect time to get together with friends, watch TV shows, movies and play some games. Starting today, you’ll find either new cast-enabled apps for Chromecast to enjoy on the big screen. From Khaleesi to Hannah Horvath:...Show More Summary

Hannity Falsely Compares Hillary Clinton To Petraeus, Predicting DOJ Will "Probably Demand Jail Time"

From the August 5 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show: Previously: Conservative Media's Fact-Challenged Comparison Between David Petraeus And Hillary Clinton Fox's Megyn Kelly Pushes Flawed Comparison Between Hillary Clinton And David Petraeus Media's Baseless Speculation That Clinton May Have Broken Laws With Email Use

Terry Sweeney, The First Openly Gay Man On Network TV, Chats With Michael Musto About His Time On “SNL”

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Former "Saturday Night Live," cast member Terry Sweeney, the first openly gay man on network television, talks about his time on the show with Michael Musto.

Jon Stewart bids farewell to Fox News by torching them one last time

Jon Stewart will be missed by millions of people… but likely not by Fox News, the cable news network that has been a frequent target of Stewart’s derision. Stewart on Monday kicked off his final week as host of The Daily Show by doing what he’s done so well over the past 17 years: He torched Fox News for perhaps the final time. Show More Summary

Jon Stewart Rips Howie Kurtz And Fox One Last Time Before Leaving The Air

The Daily Show's Jon Stewart gave Fox's Howard Kurtz and his network the treatment they deserve one more time before leaving the air this week. As we already discussed here, Howie and his buddy David Zurawik were bashing Stewart once...Show More Summary

TV Club: We Bare Bears: “Everyday Bears”

Cartoon Network primarily is working two angles when it comes to its original programming–wacky, absurdist shows bordering on nonsensical (Uncle Grandpa, Teen Titans Go!) and weird-but-deeply-impactful shows (Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe). Show More Summary

Little Women May Become A TV Series With A Twist

The CW is always looking for outside-the-box premises for shows and this time the network has definitely hit the nail on the head in terms of weirdness. On Wednesday, we learned that the CW wants to produce a much different version of the famous Louisa May Alcott.Click To Continue Reading

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