Comedy Central has signed comedian Anthony Jeselnik to a development deal that includes a project that will move into production in early 2012.
Major League Baseball released its postseason schedule today, and in doing so revealed that it was eliminating non-travel off days that had been created to give more games primetime exposure on TV…
Jennifer Lopez will return to "American Idol' as a judge with Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson, exec producer Nigel Lythgoe stated. Lythgoe spoke about Lopez in a radio interview with "Idol" host Ryan…
Comedy-baseball rennaissance man Ken Levine passes along this failed TV pilot from 1979, "A Dog's Life," starring Barney Martin (aka "No. 1 Dad" from "Seinfeld") and Charles Martin Smith. Sure, it…
A new downtown NFL stadium in Los Angeles moved one step closer to reality with the unanimous approval by the L.A. City Council of the financing framework for Farmers Field with proposed builder AEG.
John Walsh, creator of "America's Most Wanted," will receive the Governors Award from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
PBS anthology "Masterpiece Mystery" will air a prequel to "Inspector Morse," with Shaun Evans playing the title character.
"Big Brother" matched its audience among viewers 18-49 from the previous week and consequently led CBS to another Sunday primetime victory.
Post-nomination Emmy preview coverage has launched at Variety, continuing over the next two weeks. Here's what posted at Variety.com/Emmy Central over the weekend: — Why we might be in a golden age…
Disney Channel telepic ''Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension'' drew 7.6 million overall viewers in its premiere Friday, making it cable's most-watched film in 2011.
Producers for fall Fox talent show ''The X Factor'' insist that auds will immediately grasp the reality skein's differences from its ''American Idol'' forerunner, and also don't believe that the…