Syfy continues to flex its unscripted muscles, greenlighting three spooky new reality skeins for next year.
"Two and a Half Men" thesp Angus T. Jones issued a lengthy mea culpa on Tuesday, a day after causing a stir with an Internet vid in which he called the CBS laffer "filth" and urged viewers to stop…
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"Two and a Half Men" trouper Angus T. Jones had a post-Thanksgiving surprise for Warner Bros. and CBS when he likened the laffer to "filth" and urged viewers to stop watching.
HBO has announced a feature-length documentary centering on Beyonce, slated to debut Feb. 16. Beyonce will also helm and exec produce the doc.
Disney Channel is breathing life back into "Life-Size," developing a sequel to the 2000 telepic that starred Tyra Banks and Lindsay Lohan.
Discovery Channel has retired the popular reality series "Dirty Jobs," according to a blog post by series host Mike Rowe.
Wole Parks has booked a series regular role on Lifetime's "Devious Maids."
OWN is bringing YouTube stars the "Golden Sisters" to the smallscreen for a special one-hour presentation Dec. 16 at 10 p.m.
While most consumers are busily prepping for the onslaught of this year's holiday season, NBC is prepping one of its Christmas speshes — for next year. In a conference call with journos this ayem…