Showtime has named Stephen Espinoza to serve as exec veep and general manager of the cabler's sports and event programming.
NBC has picked up drama pilot "Beautiful People" from Universal Television and ABC Studios.
Glenn Close's commitment to her title character in "Albert Nobbs" appears as unrelenting as her decades-long efforts to bring the film to the bigscreen itself.
The prospect of "Moneyball" earning a best picture nom but falling short of the Oscar would be poetic, a case of life imitating art imitating life.
NBC has acquired drama pilot "Legends" from Lionsgate, with Howard Gordon ("24," "Homeland") and Jeffrey Nachmanoff exec producing.
Paul Bettany has signed on to star in the pilot for Showtime drama "Masters of Sex."
Prospect Park's planned 2012 online revival of "All My Children" following its September exit from ABC is expected to be delayed by at least a few months.
Here's a preview of Rick Perry delivering the list of "Top Ten Rick Perry Excuses" on "Late Show with David Letterman" tonight, one night after his not-so-hot performance in the latest GOP debate…
Syndicated daytime talker "Jeff Probst" has passed the halfway point in distribution across the country in advance of its fall 2012 premiere.
With this tweet in response to the firing tonight of Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, Ashton Kutcher –- who has more than 8 million followers on Twitter — risked having his own Brett Ratner…
Fox Television Stations have renewed talkshow "Anderson" in Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston while also acquiring the Anderson Cooper daytime skein for its stations in New York, Minneapolis and Tampa.