Disney Channel has renewed hit animated series "Phineas and Ferb," a franchise that has rapidly become the Mouse's version of "The Simpsons" in its broad appeal and merchandising capabilities.
Well, it's not every day you see a callback to the Tim Kazurinsky era of “Saturday Night Live,” but “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” obliged Monday -- no doubt to the bewilderment, as Stewart…
CollegeHumor.com gets off some decent one-liners in this "Roast of HBO" that in fact leaves few networks unskewered. In the broadcast networks' defense, I would say they have some of the best TV…
The People's Choice Awards are definitely their own animal -- kind of the same way that the kitty from "Hello, Kitty" is its own animal. The nominations for the PCAs (broadcast by CBS on Jan. 11)…
Fremantle Media Enterprises has signed a five-year global rights deal with rising mixed martial arts org Bellator Fighting Championships.
1) Your use for AMC's new "Hell on Wheels" (premiering Sunday and reviewed by Brian Lowry here) will likely boil down to whether you were a fan of HBO's "Deadwood" and, if so, whether you can put…
Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt has agreed to sell the franchise and Dodger Stadium properties at a court-supervised auction, bringing to an imminent conclusion a saga that threw the…
NBC has expanded the responsibilities of program exec Doug Vaughan to include much of latenight.
For the first three weekdays after Regis Philbin's Nov. 18 farewell to "Live! with Regis and Kelly," Jerry Seinfeld will occupy the co-host chair alongside Kelly Ripa. "Jerry is a great friend of…
NBC will launch primetime gameshow "Who's Still Standing?" in a four-night strip the week of Dec. 19, before airing it Mondays through the end of January.