Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and CBS did an about-face on Wednesday.
The WGA West has cleared Jay Leno of violating the guild's strike rules during the 100-day work stoppage in late 2007-early 2008.
AMC is venturing into zombie-drama territory with multi-hyphenate Frank Darabont.
Seymour Cassel will be on the SAG ballot as a candidate for prexy after all.
"King of the Hill" will get a proper sendoff with an hourlong series finale set to air Sept. 13.
After more than 40 years in the all-news game, CBS-owned KFWB-AM is talking up an impending format change.
TNT has given a second season order to its Jada Pinkett Smith drama "Hawthorne."
TV's creative forces are ready for their closeup. Just don't expect as many of them this year.
Marie Osmond's plan to return to daytime TV has host of a syndie yakker this fall has been tabled.
TV execs have finally exhaled.
Is it a case of broadcast vs. cable? Critical darlings vs. crowd pleasers? Is nothing less than the fate of the Emmy Awards' future TV home hanging in the balance?