A world without power means a world without television, but NBC hopes that doesn't stop you from watching "Revolution" at 10 p.m. Mondays this fall after "The Voice." Giancarlo Esposito ("Breaking…
From "Nip/Tuck," "Glee" and "American Horror Story" exec producer Ryan Murphy comes this new comedy that will follow "Go On" in NBC's Tuesday 9 p.m. hour this fall. Andrew Rannels and Justin Bartha…
Matthew Perry, whose most recent series regular role was for ABC's Mr. Sunshine, makes another go of it as the star of new sitcom "Go On" for NBC, which also features "The Playboy Club" alumna Laura…
Emmy contenders emerged largely unscathed even as more and more programs found the network chopping block this week, with Kathy Bates of "Harry's Law" perhaps the most prominent casualty. Bates…
History has renewed the U.S. version of "Top Gear" for a third season.
Time Warner Cable Sports' two new cable channels centered around the Los Angeles Lakers will launch Oct. 1, the company announced.
HBO has greenlit weekly newsmagazine "Vice," which it has been developing through a partnership with the budding multimedia brand of the same name.
Nigel Lythgoe has been selected to chair the BAFTA Los Angeles' Britannia Committee, which oversees the production of the annual Britannia Awards.
TBS has made a deal to air 15 new episodes of sitcom "Cougar Town," which is leaving ABC.
WE TV has ordered a second season of original series "Mary Mary."
AMC has renewed unscripted series "Comic Book Men" and "Talking Dead" for second seasons of 16 halfhours apiece.