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
Cable channel Cartoon Network will be launching a brand new app later this year that will let users play games and watch 15 second TV shows reports The New York Times. The free app will be called Cartoon Network Anything. It won't be...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
TV network AMC announced today that it is publishing another game based on its popular Walking Dead show, this time for the mobile market. It's in development from Next Games, and will launch alongside season five. Currently, the show is airing the second half of season four.
CNN chief Jeff Zucker, who has vowed to shake up the network’s primetime this year, will experiment with several formats at 10 PM for five weeks. Don Lemon debuts on Monday — this time as anchor of The Don Lemon Show, leading into another new program called Making The Case at 10:30 PM. Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow led her show last night with the disclaimer she was about to do something “controversial” for cable news: praise another network. “CNN today is not what it used to be,” Maddow began. “But once upon a time, CNN really was...Show More Summary
Every now and then, Lindsay Lohan falls apart, and this time the Oprah Winfrey Network's cameras were there to catch it. Lohan's reality show, Lindsay, debuts on OWN on Sunday, and via this extended first look, seems to include all the...Show More Summary
The three network morning shows combined gave less than two minutes of air time to President Obama's proposed 2015 budget on Tuesday, though they all managed to highlight how the plan "will cut taxes for thirteen and a half million working Americans" [Listen to the audio or watch the video after the jump]. Show More Summary
THE BEST NEWS COVERAGE OF THE CONTINENT OF AFRICA, SHOWN IN AMERICA IS NOT "THE BBC" OR ANY AMERICAN OWNED NEWS NETWORK AS YOU MIGHT THINKCCTV News Africa (Chinese Television's African Operations) provides the most comprehensive details...Show More Summary
Piers Morgan doesn’t seem too depressed about losing his CNN chat show. After failing to find an audience in its 9 pm time slot, the cable news network decided to kick Morgan’s program to the curb. Since the host definitely has his fair share of detractors in the US, it’s not altogether surprising that Piers’... Show More Summary
The WWE Network launched this week, and tonight they had one their first live program exclusive to the network. That show, NXT Arrival, kicked off with some WWE legends. In the image below, you see Bret 'The Hitman' Hart and Kevin Nash, but the real star is inbetween them! DANKY KANG!!! #NXTArrival pic.twitter.com/ZtXyCAHdV5 — Throatruiner (@_Ivol) February 28, 2014
Returning from a month-long hiatus, the show wastes no time diving back into the more soapy, high drama tendencies that the network is known for.
Looks like CEO Josh Sapan’s comments to analysts addressed whatever concerns investors had about AMC Network’s mixed Q4 earnings report this morning. The company’s stock price opened slightly down but quickly, and steadily, appreciated...Show More Summary
FYI, Epic Meal Time is coming to television. Harley Morenstein and his kitchen comrades have cooked up a 16 half-hour episode commitment from FYI, the A+E contemporary lifestyle network formerly known as Bio that’s set to launch July 7, 2014. Show More Summary
The first batch of shows include a pair of home renovation shows, a new twist on YouTube Sensation "Epic Meal Time" and a style makeover series. read more
As Black History Month draws to a close, The Daily Show examined how one Fox Business Network program spent their time discussing the "mythologization" of President Abraham Lincoln, and some reasons why he might be overrated. Vampire...Show More Summary
With long-time ratings leader Jay Leno once again out of the late night picture, this time after 22 years on the air, the ratings for the big three networks' nightly offering could see their biggest shake-up in years.
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...Show More Summary
The former CNBC star on Monday debuts a morning show, 'Opening Bell With Maria Bartiromo.' Amid a tumultuous time for cable news, she hopes to define her network as she did at CNBC. For Maria Bartiromo, it was time to take stock.
THREE years after taking over from Larry King's prime-time talk show on CNN, Piers Morgan has been axed. The network confirmed the news last night, while Morgan gave an interview to the New York Times saying that the final episode is likely to air next month. Show More Summary