AMC has found a creative solution to the tempest surrounding its decision to add two more minutes of commercial time to the upcoming season of "Mad Men," set to bow Aug. 16.
Amid all the shuffling in latenight during the past few months, David Letterman has quietly been making plans to stay put at CBS for at least three more years.
There may be life yet left in "My Name Is Earl."
Nick at Nite is the new boss of "Malcolm in the Middle."
BET has picked up the yakker "The Wendy Williams Show," which will bow July 13 in syndication and on the cabler.
President Obama has issued a warning to TV Luddites who are in danger of losing access to broadcast TV after the digital switch is thrown on June 12: Act now before it's too late.
Rupert Murdoch has thrown his troops another curveball, and his name is Chase Carey.
The Humanitas Prize is looking to raise its profile by expanding into original production.
Former BermanBraun and Warner Bros. TV exec Rachel Kaplan has joined the TV wing of Brillstein Entertainment Partners as exec veep.
A familiar face could be headed back to News Corp. in a top management role under Rupert Murdoch.
Jay Leno signed off "The Tonight Show" on a high note, delivering the best ratings of his 17-year run for a Friday night telecast.